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Talk To Me: Communication Moves To Get Along…

Talk To Me: Communication Moves To Get Along With Anyone

by Dennis E O'Grady

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0962847623, Hardcover)

Why can't we all just get along? It all comes down to communication skills. People listen to what they want to hear, and how they want to hear it. Since we all travel down the communication highway, we better be prepared for two way traffic. This book provides the "communication" roadmap based on Dr. O'Grady's new tested theory that there are two types of communicators: Empathizers and Instigators. Empathizers and Instigators believe, think and speak differently about communication exchanges. "Talk To Me" outlines the structure from which people can identify and understand their communicator type as well as that of others, so they can be successful in any communication situation. Don't be fooled, this system is not gender based and takes the understanding of communication exchanges to an all new level, making it a very powerful tool. This communication system can be applied to personal relationships, family dynamics and business/work-related exchanges. Now you will be able to answer that famous question.

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