Jul 3, 2023
Books on communication
In a world driven by constant communication, the ability to effectively express ourselves and connect with others is invaluable. If you want to improve your communication skills, here we list down some such books for you to read.
‘21 Days of Effective Communication’ by Ian Tuhovsky
’21 Days of Effective Communication’ aims to improve one’s communication skills and enhance interpersonal relationships. The book provides a practical guide including exercises to develop effective communication habits over a span of 21 days.
’Never Eat Alone’ by by Keith Ferrazzi with co-author Tahl Raz
‘Never Eat Alone’ is a bestselling self-help and networking book which provides practical advice and strategies for building and leveraging professional relationships to achieve success in both personal and professional life.
‘Words That Work: It’s Not What You Say, It’s What People Hear’ by Frank Luntz,
Published in 2007, the book explores the power of language and provides insights into effective communication techniques for influencing and persuading others.
‘How to Talk to Anyone’ by Leil Lowndes
The book offers advice, strategies for effective communication and building meaningful connections with others, insights into the art of conversation, and presents techniques to improve social skills in various situations.
‘Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age’ by Sherry Turkle
This is a thought-provoking book that explores the impact of technology on the quality and depth of face-to-face conversations. It argues that the prevalence of digital communication has led to a decline in meaningful, in-person conversations.
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’The Fine Art of Small Talk’ by Debra Fine
First published in 2005, ‘The Fine Art of Small Talk’ provides guidance and practical tips for improving small talk skills and becoming more confident in social situations.
’Crucial Conversations’ by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, and Al Switzler
First published in 2002, the book focuses on the art of handling important conversations effectively, especially in high-stakes situations where emotions and opinions are strong.
‘We Need to Talk: How to Have Conversations That Matter’ by Celeste Headlee
‘We Need to Talk’ explores the art of meaningful conversation and offers practical guidance on how to engage in conversations that are impactful and fulfilling, and hence the conversations that matter.
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