Communication Snacks: 52 Bite-Sized Communication Tips for the Busy Professional
How do I present to executives? What if I make a mistake in a major speech? How can I stop saying “um” all of the time? Should I write its or it’s? How can I lead an effective meeting? Does small talk matter?
If you have ever wondered about these questions, you are not alone. From interpersonal communication to public speaking to grammar, effective communication can be challenging.
Communication Snacks: 52 Bite-Sized Communication Tips for the Busy Professional answers all of these questions and more! With one easy-to-digest tip for every week of the year, you can improve your professional communication skills in just a few minutes a day.
For the past ten years, Marc and Blythe Musteric and their team at Ovient, Inc. have trained Silicon Valley professionals from more than 30 countries and over 100 companies to communicate ￼￼￼effectively. Their clients have included CEOs, senior leaders, investors, engineers, and thousands of other professionals. This is their second book on communication.
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Introduction to Communication Snacks
A few RECENT REVIEWS:
“This is the most practical, broadly applicable book on communication I’ve ever read. The book is organized into 52 short chapters, or “snacks”, providing enough quick hit communication tips to last a year if you take in one a week. I wanted to peruse all of the content before revisiting the tips most relevant to various situations in which I could use some pointers, so I read straight through the book over the course of a few days.”
“I am a public speaker and author and yet, I learned a few new tricks from this little book.”
“Easy to use – would be great for managers and /or teachers or professors to use as a “tip a week” to improve your all around communication. Very thoughtfully presented and I’m already putting it into practice.”
“This book is the very best of what you need to know about communicating effectively in a professional setting from 2 amazing experts who have helped thousands of people like me successfully. Not only do I recommend to read the book (takes little time) but also to look at it again and again while you professionally grow and develop as a leader – this is just gold – thanks for putting it together.”
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