Communication consultant Jay Sullivan teaches you how to write better, become a more compelling public speaker, run tighter meetings, compose better emails, and more. He deals with the mechanics of organizing content and writing clearly and correctly, but he doesn’t stop there. He also explains why good communication focuses on its audience, why simple words and sentences are more effective and why great communicators are also great listeners. getAbstract recommends his helpful manual to businesspeople and to anyone who wants to communicate persuasively.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why you should focus on your audience – not yourself;
- How to organize your content;
- Why simple words and sentences are more effective;
- How to be a good public speaker;
- Why great communicators are great listeners;
- How to delegate; and
- How to provide feedback to your employees.
About the Author
Jay Sullivan, once a practicing attorney, is now the managing partner at Exec|Comm LLC, which helps global organizations customize their teams’ communication skills.
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3 months agoThis was very informative. In fact, I printed the PDF so I can keep it in my desk for a quick reference.
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