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Effective Communication Skills

Small book cover: Effective Communication Skills

Effective Communication Skills
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776815981
Number of pages: 59

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This free textbook introduces the reader to what being an outstanding communicator is all about. Understanding what effective communications actually are, how information is processed by your brain, how to get your point across in a concise and effective manner, how to build effortless rapport and much more besides.

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