Communication Skills Training

  • by Ian Tuhovsky
  • Narrated by Wendell Wadsworth
  • 5 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do You Know How to Communicate with People Effectively, Avoid Conflicts, and Get What You Want from Life?
It's not only about what you say but also about when, why, and how you say it.
Lack of communication skills is exactly what ruins most people's lives.
If you don't know how to communicate properly, you are going to have problems in both your intimate and your family relationships. You are going to be ineffective in work and business situations. It's going to be troublesome managing employees or getting what you want from your boss or your clients on a daily basis. Overall, effective communication is like an engine oil that makes your life run smoothly, getting you wherever you want to be. There are very few areas in life in which you can succeed in the long run without this crucial skill.
What Will You Learn from This Audiobook?

The most common communication obstacles between people and how to avoid them
How to express anger and avoid conflicts
The eight most important questions you should ask yourself if you want to be an effective communicator
The five most basic and crucial conversational fixes
How to deal with difficult and toxic people
Phrases to purge from your dictionary (and what to substitute them with)
The subtle art of giving and receiving feedback
Rapport - the art of excellent communication
How to use metaphors to communicate better and connect with people
What metaprograms and metamodels are and how exactly to make use of them to become a polished communicator
How to read faces and how to effectively predict future behaviors
How to finally start remembering names
How to have a great public presentation
How to create your own unique personality in business (and everyday life)
Effective networking


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Impractical advice

I wouldn't try some of the advice such as the "repetitive technique". You will definitely sound stupid or the person you're talking to will feel you think they're stupid for repeating your reasons over & over. Another advice re what to say when you arrived late at work. It suggested to stop giving excuses like traffic is heavy. Instead say "I did not take care of my car...". That sounds irresponsible, not a wise advice. Most of the advice, you really just need to use common sense. Some advice sounds confrontational or insulting.
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- Maggie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 20-10-2015
  • Publisher: Ian Tuhovsky