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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0470247592, Hardcover)The Art and Science of Communication shows you a new way to understand and use communication in the workplace. Revealing the seven types of communication we all use every day, the book shows you how to increase your communication effectiveness in any setting with practical techniques, analogies, and models that clearly explain the formulas for successful communication. Combining the science and art of communication into one effective formula, this book offers a straightforward and easy to understand plan for a more successful career.
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"The Art and Science of Communication introduces you to a new way of understanding and using communication in the workplace to achieve better results and greater professional success." "Communication specialist P. S. Perkins uses her exclusive Communication Staircase Model to bring together the seven arenas of communication that everyone engages in on a daily basis - intrapersonal, nonverbal, interpersonal, group, public, mass, and intercultural communications. Using this model, as well as practical techniques, analogies, and formulas, Perkins teaches you how to become a more effective communicator in any setting, circumstance, or situation." "Perkins merges the science of communication with practical, everyday communication occurrences within the workplace in an understandable, useful, and inspiring way. You'll master effective communication practices that achieve real results-the results you want. The Art and Science of Communication holds the ultimate key to true success. This is a guide for anyone who wants to master the art and science of communication for a more passionate, positive, and successful life."--BOOK JACKET.
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