Here are a few books that you might find interesting…

 

LEARN NON- VERBAL SKILLS

A wise person once said. “When writing the story of your life, don’t let someone else hold the pen.” (Unknown, n.d.).

I am sure you have heard about how important communication is. Communication is a huge part of everyday life. Everyone does it. Communication tells something about you and who you are. You can never NOT communicate something when interacting with others. Even silence tells something about the interaction.

 

 

 

PRACTICE WHAT YOU LEARN

 

 

 

But, let’s face it; some people are more skillful than others are. I have spent over 20 years studying communication completions to coach and lead individuals, executives, and solo-preneurs. I work to accelerate profitable communications in the workplace, reducing miscommunications, unintended costs and time, to reach organizational and team goals.

I have helped individuals grow personally and professionally, human-to-human. By communicating effectively with all types of people, no matter what industry you work in, it is essential to develop authentic interaction skills and complete your communications for personal success.

Conveying your message is essential everywhere. Understanding what makes up productive, meaningful, conversations and reading the non-verbal unspoken messages underneath the spoken words will help you achieve better interaction outcomes. This is the impact of successful communication completion.

 

 

TRY THIS LINK TO ORDER YOUR COPY OF MY BOOK AND WORKBOOK HERE:

7 Tactics to Communication Completions

The book

https://www.amazon.com/7-Tactics-Communication-Completions/dp/1978041373

The Workbook

https://www.amazon.com/Tactics-Communication-Completions-Workbook/dp/1985694255

AND FOR THE NON-PROFIT ENTREPRENEUR:

UNLEARNING IS THE ANSWER

 

 

Change is a part of our global business environment. The ability to maintain competitive advantage becomes increasingly difficult for organizations and individuals as knowledge grows exponentially, (Hafner, 2014).

A worker might have been able to learn a set of skills for an occupational lifetime in the 1900’s (Clark, 2010). However, in our knowledge economy, the importance of processes for individuals to update information to correctly to complete a job function remains vital.

Unlearning is the power to think and behave differently, when old knowledge is no longer valuable. Doing things differently, using intellectual capital regardless of the organization or industry is essential to sustainability for an organization.

When an organization wants to remain competitive, the key challenge is to be able to modify their current knowledge and update skills. When one considers the alternatives for removing flawed past knowledge, unlearning appears to be the answer.

 

 

ORDER YOUR COPY OF MY BOOK CHAPTER HERE:

7-Tactics-Communication-Completions/dp/1978041373