Shut Up and Listen: Communication with Impact
Tackles the nuts and bolts of communication at work in a no-nonsense way with startling honesty and practical tips. The authors' views are supported by comment from an impressive line up of experts whose communication strategies drive a range of successful organizations. For all those who struggle to make themselves heard in the business world
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