Messages: Building Interpersonal Communication Skills
Messages is a brief, interactive book emphasizing interpersonal communication skills, ethics, critical thinking, listening and power in a multicultural world. It provides a comprehensive introduction that stresses skill development and creates a foundation for readers to first understand the concepts and then apply what they have learned through real-life examples and exercises. With an integrated focus on interpersonal communication in the workplace, this text can help readers understand how the concepts discussed translate into their daily lives.
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