The Secrets of Successful Communication: A Simple Guide to Effective Encounters in Business

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Columbia Island Press, Sep 1, 2011 - Business & Economics - 186 pages
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Part of the Big Brain vs. Little Brain Communication series

Use your Big Brain to

-win the moment

-get the job you want

-improve your relationships

-get the life you deserve

Don't let your Little Brain

-get you into trouble

-create problems at work

-damage your relationships

-prevent your success

Discover how to build your communication skills and learn simple, easy-to-remember ways to explain the art of communication to anyone--your front-line employees, your students, or your children.

"The Secrets of Successful Communication is a must-read."

--Shari Manculich, National Account Manager, PepsiCo Foodservice

"A book that will make readers want to immediately put what they've learned into practice."

--Kirkus Reviews

"A great guide for everyone, from intern to CEO."

--Barry Samson, President and CEO, Toy Box Entertainment

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Review: The Secrets of Successful Communication: A Simple Guide to Effective Encounters in Business (Big Brain vs. Little Brain Communication)

User Review  - Roxana Nunez - Goodreads

I took this book from the library while looking for good communication tools and ended with some aha moments in the process. Two things that stand out is the idea that the Big Brain responds and the ... Read full review

Review: The Secrets of Successful Communication: A Simple Guide to Effective Encounters in Business (Big Brain vs. Little Brain Communication)

User Review  - Rob Riffe - Goodreads

I won this book as part of a goodreads giveaway, but as a communications professional, was happy to win it. I picked up some good information in this book and would recommend it to anyone looking to ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Businessman, entrepreneur, and community leader. Kevin opened his first Poquito Mas restaurant in 1984. That first small restaurant has grown into a $15 million a year business with twelve locations in the Los Angeles area, serving nearly 4,000 customers every day. He severs on the board of directors of the California State Compensation Insurance Fund, the California Restaurant Association, the Burbank Arts in Education Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank, and the Universal City-North Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.

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