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Summary

Before you can lead change, you must first learn to communicate effectively.

Sync or Swim will help you: break through apathy and cynicism to inspire teamwork; empower and energize frustrated colleagues; and create an engaging work environment.

Based on principles successfully used by major corporations, health organizations, colleges and universities, government agencies, churches, and nonprofits.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2014 Northfield Publishing (P)2014 Oasis Audio

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  • 13-01-15

Well done

The story really catches your attention , can't hide from reality, best of all the narrator is awesome with the characters voices it helps separate the characters and Keep the listener engaged.

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  • 26-05-17

A Bridge Not Too Far

A short but powerful read. It links the ideas of "The Five Love Languages" by Gary Chapman to workplace relationships with practical and impactful approaches. The fable creates strong images to keep the lessons memorable. It's a great starting point to help break out of a task-oriented only management style.