5 great Books to improve your communication skills

Everything done at the workplace is the result of communication. Good reading, writing, speaking, as well as listening skills are essential for achieving goals in life. No matter what profession you adopt, there are various reasons why communication skills are important. These are a great help to secure an interview, to get a job, to perform your job well, and to advance in your career.

These skills can be developed over time and following are the recommended books that can help you to master the art of communicating.

Verbal Judo: The Gentle Art of Persuasion, Updated Edition

Writer: George J. Thompson

This book can help to get prepared for every verbal encounter. It explains how to listen and speak more effectively, engage people through empathy and avoid the most common conversational mistakes.

Just Listen: Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone

Writer: Mark Goulston MD

Communication skill is very important in removing the barriers that stand between success and happiness. It requires a crucial skill to get through the barriers. This book teaches to listen effectively and use responsiveness to bridge a communication gap.

Crucial Conversations Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High, Second Edition

Writers:  Kerry Petterso and others

In order to transform anger and hurt feelings into a powerful dialogue and to be persuasive, this book is highly recommended.

Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead

Writer:  Brene Brown

This book gives a powerful vision for letting ourselves to be seen. This book is not about winning or losing instead it is about courage.

Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well

Writer:  Douglas Stone

For our performance, there is an ocean of suggestions waiting for us. This book explains why feedback is crucial yet so challenging.

Written by Hisham Sarwar


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