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Communication: Leading 08.08

Communication: Leading 08.08

Roger Cartwright

ISBN: 978-1-841-12365-3

Dec 2001, Capstone

118 pages



Fast track route to mastering all aspects of successful communication

Covers the key areas of communication, from knowing your audience to understanding body language, and from building networks of contacts to using stories

Examples and lessons from benchmark businesses, including American Express and The Body Shop and ideas from the smartest thinkers, including Naomi Klein, Richard Lewis and Frances Cairncross

Includes a glossary of key concepts and a comprehensive resources guide

Roger Cartwright is a consultant and author specializing in organizational behaviour, management, customer care and tourism. He is the author of over 20 books and has been responsible for the implementation of management development programs run in the US, Europe and India.

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Introduction to Express Exec

Introduction to Communication

What is Communication?

The Evolution of Communication

The E-Dimension of Communication

The Global Dimension of Communication

The State of the Art in Communication

In Practice: Communication Success Stories

Key Communication Concepts and Thinkers

Communication Resources

Ten Steps to Making Communication Work

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)