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The King's Speech tells the story of the relationship between the reluctant King George VI of England and his speech coach, Lionel Logue. George VI had a severe stutter that nearly ended his public career before it began. But when his older brother Edward abdicated the throne, George had to learn to master public speaking. Renowned speaking coach Dr. Nick Morgan has distilled five key lessons from the film for leaders who must overcome their own challenges in order to be successful communicators.

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