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|Author by||: Gabrielle Dolan|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
Effective communication through authentic leadership A rapidly evolving workplace and disruptive technologies have created a growing demand for transparency and authenticity in communication from business leaders. Yet many decision-makers find themselves far behind the curve when it comes to understanding and meeting the evolving expectations of employees and customers. Real Communication: How to Be You and Lead True reveals how to guide and communicate in a way that is authentic and will help business leaders truly connect and engage with their teams, customers, and coworkers. • Communicate more effectively • Improve employee engagement • Manage organisational changes • Help teams cope with change When employees trust their leaders, businesses thrive. In Real Communication you will find everything you need to implement new strategies, instill core values, and cultivate engagement.
|Author by||: Dan O'Hair,Mary Wiemann|
|Editor||: Macmillan Higher Education|
Real Communication uses stories from real people and the world around us to present the best and most lively introduction to communication concepts. Professors and students alike have fallen in love with Real Communication’s down-to-earth writing style, its coverage of research, and its wealth of learning and teaching tools. They also appreciate how Real Communication strives to weave the discipline’s different strands together with the CONNECT feature that shows students how concepts work and apply across interpersonal, small group, public speaking, and mass media contexts. The Second Edition is even better with a broader array of engaging examples, new coverage of hot topics in the field like Intercultural and mediated communication, plus a public speaking unit honed to provide the essential information students need for this fast-paced course. A new chapter on mass communication connects topics like media convergence, mediated communication, media messages, and media effects to everyday communication.
|Author by||: Nancy Sebastian Meyer|
|Editor||: Moody Publishers|
Marriage is supposed to be fun...why should a book about marriage be any different? This guide to improved communication still packs a meaningful punch. As the foreword by Gary Chapman will attest, this is a serious approach to relationships, even if the reader can't keep a straight face. It is packed with practical resources to help you understand your partner's personality, thought patterns, and love languages. You'll rediscover one of the great lost relics of Western Civilization: stimulating conversation.
|Author by||: Miroslawa Wawrzak-Chodaczek,Jolanta Kowal,Krystyna Ostapiuk|
|Editor||: Cambridge Scholars Publishing|
This volume explores a number of significant and interdisciplinary questions relevant to the wider debate regarding the theoretical and practical employment of communication technologies in a variety of research fields, including economics, education, science, and psychology, among others. Providing particular insights into the state of communication technologies in Poland, a country in major transition regarding such technologies, the contributions to this book adopt a psycho-pedagogical app ...
|Author by||: Dan O'Hair,Mary Wiemann,Dorothy Imrich Mullin,Jason Teven|
|Editor||: Macmillan Higher Education|
Real Communication continues to prove its reputation as the most current human communication text available. This new edition provides today's students with the critical skills they now need most: to be able to objectively encounter increasingly digital communication contexts, examine the theory and concepts underpinning them, and competently respond in a professional, healthy, and intentional way. Utilizing a social-scientific approach to communication, the text uses engaging stories which work as small case studies that students learn to see and analyze as communication situations, discovering theory played out in practice. Authored by a leading team of communication scholars and instructors, this authoritative text helps students become social scientists in communication to confront and adapt to the challenges of today's digital age.
|Author by||: Craig M. Baehr,Craig Baehr,Bob Schaller|
This book is a landmark guide full of practical examples and sound advice for communicating online concisely and effectively. * Extended examples apply theories and methods of Internet writing to real-world writing situations * An appendix offers tips for writing, interviewing, and blogging
|Author by||: Dan O'Hair,Mary Weimann,Jason Teven,Dorothy Imrich Mullin|
|Editor||: Bedford Books|
Real Communication uses the liveliest stories from real people and the world around us as the foundation for teaching the theory and skills of human communication available today. Professors and students alike have fallen in love with the authors'down-to-earth writing style and commitment to providing the most current scholarship that reflects the world we live in, from the challenges that arise with pervasive digital media to new ways for understanding listening goals. They also appreciate how Real Communication weaves together the discipline's different strands with "Connect," a feature that shows students how to apply concepts across interpersonal, small group, and public speaking contexts.
|Author by||: Harold Barrett|
Speech communication is an interpersonal and practical activity. It is humanistic - invloving people relating to people; it is functional - involving ways of being effective in communication.
|Author by||: Donal A. Carbaugh|
|Editor||: Psychology Press|
How is cultural identity accomplished interactively? What happens when different cultural identities contact one another? This book presents a series of papers, from classic essays to original expositions, which respond to these questions. The view of communication offered here -- rather than ignoring culture, or making it a variable in an equation -- is based on cultural patterns and situated communication practices, unveiling the multiplicity of factors involved in particular times and places. The contributors to this unusual volume represent a wide range of fields. Their equally diverse offerings will serve to clarify cultural distinctiveness in some communication phenomena, and lay groundwork for the identification of cross-cultural generalities in others.