Monday , 17 June 2024

Persuasion and Communications Skills – Some Reading That Makes You Better – Almost Automatically

Want to know more about becoming a more ethical, powerful, and persuasive person in your business and personal life? Here is a short list of great books for beginners or expert communicators.

No other skill set so smoothly and automatically improves your other skills. Think about it. When you become more influential and persuasive, and when you are generally a more effective communicator don’t you automatically get better at negotiation, sales, marketing, leading and managing? Aren’t you better as a parent, spouse, partner, teacher and member of your community?

Understanding the biology and psychology of human communications makes the strategies and tactics of great communicators easier to understand and to implement. And, Dave’s teaching style makes it possible to implement and become better almost automatically, so enjoy the video and the ideas.

Short Book List on Ethical Influence:
Robert Cialdini – Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion (Collins Business Essentials)Maximum Influence: The 12 Universal Laws of Power Persuasion
Richard Bandler – Persuasion Engineering
McGraw Hill – Influencer: The Power to Change Anything
Bagley and Reese – Beyond Selling: How to Maximize Your Personal Influence
David M. Frees III – The Language of Parenting: Building Great Family Relationships at All Ages


Dave Frees

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