Exponential, sexpotential

Smith, Graham; Ludar-Smith, Christine
March 1998
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Mar/Apr98, Issue 9, p24
Academic Journal
Examines the different ways in which men and women communicate, and the need to recognize the message received may not be what one intended. Effect of voice and body gestures on the meaning of a message; Importance of clarity of communication; Ways to communicate effectively.


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