Galvinizing Your Communications

Sherwood, Andrew
May 1985
Training & Development Journal;May85, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p14
Presents guidelines on how managers can improve their communication skills. Identification of the audience; Integration of drama and excitement in the message; Need for salesmanship during communication.


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