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The tao of conversation

by Michael Kahn

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The modern approach to many personal interactions, especially in the workplace, is so competitive that serious and interesting discussions often escalate into argument or disengage before they even begin. Ordinary conversations do not often touch on any significant topics - and when they do, one or more participants may end up feeling hurt or alienated. The Tao of Conversation shows readers how to talk about things that really matter in ways that encourage new ideas, deepen intimacy, and build effective and creative working relationships.… (more)

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The modern approach to many personal interactions, especially in the workplace, is so competitive that serious and interesting discussions often escalate into argument or disengage before they even begin. Ordinary conversations do not often touch on any significant topics - and when they do, one or more participants may end up feeling hurt or alienated. The Tao of Conversation shows readers how to talk about things that really matter in ways that encourage new ideas, deepen intimacy, and build effective and creative working relationships.

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