Communication

Communication

 
Secrets of Successful Speakers Walters, Lilly 1993 Communication

This book is an excellent resource for anyone who needs to learn effective techniques for public speaking. Walters has compiled quotes and advice from dozens of well-known speakers such as Steve Allen, Ken Blanchard,...

 
 
Effective Networking for Professional Success Hart, Rupert Stirling Books , 1996 Communication, Personal Growth

In an uncertain world where we are all effectively self-employed, networking skills make all the difference for freelancers, job changers, and career climbers. Increase your chances of landing that all-important job or...

 
 
Please Don't Shoot the Messenger! Goodman, Gary S. Contemporary Publishing Group , 2000 Communication, Management

Whether it's asking your boss for a raise, or dismissing an employee as painlessly as possible, this book addresses all kinds of thorny situations, how we can effectively communicate in business situations, and calmly...

 
 
Managing Interactively Boone, Mary E. McGraw-Hill , 2001 Communication, Human Resources, Management, Productivity

Conventional wisdom understands fully that technology can help CEOs, executives, and managers communicate and lead; that it can transform corporate cultures; and that it can turn hierarchies upside down. But, what is...

 
 
The Magic of Dialogue Yankelovich, Daniel Simon & Schuster, Inc. , 1999 Communication, Personal Growth, Relationships, Social Responsibility

Never before in our nation’s history has the need for effective dialogue been so profound. Concurrent with heightened conflict, loosened social bonds, and an increased reliance on “top-down talk,” Americans are...

 
 
Communicating for Managerial Effectiveness Clampitt, Phillip G. Sage Publications , 2001 Communication, Innovation, Major Works, Management, Personal Growth

It is Clampitt's premise that because communication is at the core of managerial effectiveness, managers must have a clear view of their abilities to communicate and the challenges involved in the process, however,...

 
 
Six Thinking Hats De Bono, Edward Back Bay Books , 1999 Communication, Management

Confusion is the biggest enemy of good thinking. Simplicity is the key. "When thinking is clear and simple, it becomes more enjoyable and more effective." The Six Thinking Hats method is very easy to...

 
 
The Seven Deadly Skills Of Communicating Jay, Ros International Thomson Business Press , 1999 Communication, Management

Communication, as always, is one of the most important tools to make an organization productive and successful. Communicating with your co-employees,...

 
 
The Leader's Voice Clark, Boyd | Crossland, Ron SelectBooks, Inc. , 2002 Communication, Leadership, Personal Growth, Productivity

Often, leaders speak, their constituents applaud on cue, and the illusion is formed that communication has occurred. Unfortunately, this disconnect only breeds communication static that, over time, pushes leaders to...

 
 
Corporate Conversations Holtz, Shel AMACOM , 2004 Communication, Leadership, Management

While many companies invest significant sums of money in their external communications efforts, internal communications are frequently overlooked and considered as being of lesser importance. In today’s competitive,...

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