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Communicate to Win

Narrated by: Richard Denny
Length: 4 hrs
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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Summary

Richard Denny is famous for his powers of communication, whether he's training hundreds of salespeople, getting his message across in his best-selling books, or delivering charismatic speeches.

Communicate to Win is full of sound, practical advice on every aspect of business and personal communication, such as how to:

  • Help people to like you
  • Understand what motivates people
  • Use the telephone effectively
  • Excel at one-to-one conversation
  • Develop your emotional intelligence
  • Master a good writing style
  • Give a great public presentation

Whatever your professional or personal goals in life, Communicate to Win will help you to get your message across or make a first-rate presentation - and the better you can communicate, the more you will achieve.

©2012 Richard Denny (P)2012 Audible Ltd

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Disappointing

The quality of the narration is paramount, especially given the title and promise of this audiobook. I found the narrator's persistent over-emphasis and inflection unecessary and intrusive. I could not finish the book. I skipped chapters in the hope it got better... it didn't. The idea that exaggeration of words adds value or makes the material more convincing was, for me, misplaced. I also found the content very basic, with lots of what to do and little help about how to do it. Try 'Just Listen' as a more positive alternative.

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