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Bruce Patton Published in September 20, 2018, 11:14 pm
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J. M. Donlon
J. M. Donlon Reply to on 12 October 2017
The best book I have read on communication. There are some things outside the expressed written knowledge of the writers which are contained in NLP, parts therapy, relationship coaching and counselling which pertain very much to communication and are not here - but even so the book is intelligent, very well written, highly practically applicable, deep thinking and wise - so I love this book.
Amazon Customer
Amazon Customer Reply to on 10 December 2017
More people should read this book!
Ali Reply to on 6 June 2018
poor condition
Niall Norton
Niall Norton Reply to on 9 August 2018
Brilliant book.
atomworks Reply to on 15 July 2014
Bought this for learning to communicate better in my professional life; turned out to be a great asset for my personal life. I can highly recommend it.
Wannockmike Reply to on 5 March 2015
thought provoking
Amazon Customer
Amazon Customer Reply to on 1 December 2016
Nina Bell
Nina Bell Reply to on 10 November 2011
I've read this book twice, and wish I'd done so before having a major falling out with a member of my family, because I don't think the falling out would have happened if I had. Some of the points could be described as 'common sense' but it's enormously helpful to have them put into words, and backed up by examples. Other parts of the book will mean looking at yourself in a different and more positive way. The emphasis away from 'I'm right, you're wrong' is well explained. I've now recommended this to other people, all of whom have found it valuable and I'm about to give a copy to a friend as a present.
Pete Burden
Pete Burden Reply to on 22 October 2011
One of the best simple books I have read on the topic of talking to other people.

Some great insights.

Some of the authors worked within the Harvard Negotiation Project.
- Reply to on 29 January 2009
This book is simply brilliant.
I would reccomend it to anyone involved in management of people and/or negotiation.
The final chapter that puts everything in perspective is one of the best piece of management consulting that I read so far.
It can also be very useful in your private life.
It is definitely one of the top 5 books in my library.
Read it
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