Communication skills in the 21st century have come to be valued above specialized knowledge and professional experience. Because all relationships – not only personal but also business ones – are built and maintained through communication.
How to make the right first impression on your interlocutor? How to speak so that you are listened to and understood? How to be persuasive and influence people? A selection of books on communication skills will help you advance on these issues.
Larry King “How to Talk to Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere.”
A wonderful guide from an internationally renowned journalist and TV presenter who has interviewed over 50,000 celebrities. It will help get rid of fears and complexes, teach you how to easily talk with any person, as well as speak in public, feeling comfortable.
Jack Schafer, Marvin Karlins “Turning on the charm according to the method of the secret services.”
Do you want to always make a great first impression, recognize when someone is lying to you, and understand the behavior of others and what they think of you? Written by a longtime FBI agent who specialized in behavioral analysis, training, and recruiting, this book teaches you about the laws of attraction and how to create and maintain lasting friendships.
Gavin Kennedy “You can agree on everything.”
How to avoid annoying communication mistakes, misunderstandings, and conflicts and learn to find a compromise? All life is continuous negotiations, which means that it is worth at least trying to become a good negotiator. This textbook book with a lot of clear examples of failed and successful strategies and tactics will be useful not only for business but also for life.
Mark Goulston’s “I Hear Right Through You”
This book was written by a practicing psychiatrist and experienced negotiator, tells you how to develop your listening skills and apply them successfully in life. Emotional intelligence and empathy develop telepathy!
Dmitry Kovpak “Difficult people.
How to communicate with them? «- specific recommendations for productive interaction with non-contact, inadequate, uncomfortable, and very difficult people.
Vitaly Bogdanovich “Become an interesting conversationalist. Communication without barriers. “
After reading this book, you will never again have to feel awkward in a new company and painfully search for a topic of conversation. You will learn how to extinguish the aggression and greed of the interlocutor, overcome his unwillingness to communicate, and also select competent arguments and stories from life and truly shine with erudition.
Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends and Influence People”
It is a time-tested classic. In The New York Times’ absolute bestseller of listings for 10 years, you will find:
- three basic rules of communication;
- six ways to win over others;
- twelve ways to win people over to your point of view;
- nine ways to change a person’s opinion without provoking their protest.
James Borg “Secrets of Communication.
The magic of words” and “The power of persuasion. The art of influencing people”- we learn to choose the right words and influence people through honesty and argumentation. No manipulation! The author is a business consultant and psychologist.
Radislav Gandapas “Kamasutra for an orator”.
A successful performance can change your destiny. But for most people, speaking in public is like a nightmare or torture. How to suppress anxiety, deftly control the audience’s attention and enjoy the process?
Akash Karia “Inspire with your speech.
23 Rules of Storytelling from the Best TED Talks”- a book on how to turn ordinary ideas and facts into an exciting show. Successful speaking technology based on the experiences of popular TED attendees.