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15 Tactics to Establish Ethos: Examples for Persuasive Speaking February 10, 2010

Posted by Connie Burtcheard in Favorite Functionary.
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Your speaking ethos is critical to ensure that your audience is present, listening, and open to being persuaded by your ideas.

But, how do you maximize your ethos for a given speech and a given audience? Is ethos fixed before you open your mouth? Is there anything you can do during a speech that makes a difference?

In the second of this Aristotle comparison to public speaking, you will find out Andrew Dlugan’s interpretation of ethos.  Please feel free to express your thoughts – both agreeing with or disagreeing with Andrew’s thoughts!

Click here to find  his full article

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