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About Dr. Dennis Becker
An author of six books on communication, Dr. Becker is respected as a leading expert in his field and has taught at both Harvard and MIT. His areas of expertise include: leadership/management communication, presentation skills, IPO/VC coaching, interpersonal effectiveness, conference planning and coaching, and media coaching. His interactive style, shirtsleeve practicality, and humor relaxes even the most anxious communicators.
Dr. Becker completed both his undergraduate study in Speech Communication and Broadcasting and his Masters work in Rhetoric and Public Address at Emerson College as well as his PhD in Media Communication from The Union Graduate School in Cincinnati. He has served as President of both The Massachusetts Speech Association and The New England Speech Association, and is currently an active member of several professional organizations, including The National Communication Association, where he co-authored The Handbook of Communication Training.
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