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An easy approach to professional communication - The practical guide to professional communication and the best business communication strategies from a written and interpersonal point of view - cover

An easy approach to professional communication - The practical guide to professional communication and the best business communication strategies from a written and interpersonal point of view

Stefano Calicchio

Publisher: Stefano Calicchio

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Summary

How do you communicate in the workplace? What are the best strategies for dealing with customers and suppliers? How do you deal with problems and misunderstandings that may occur in the office? This book collects the know how necessary to solve the above questions and to create solutions to get the best out of your business relationships. 

The aim is to provide the reader with a series of really practical and not discontent tools to communicate better, a prerequisite now considered as fundamental to operate professionally in the world of work. 

From the best verbal and written communication strategies to digital communication management; now discover the knowledge needed to organize, plan and manage your business network in the best way. 

All information is offered in a simple and accessible way, helping you to quickly acquire the foundations of the matter. Stop wasting time with thousands of pages of theoretical text and finally enjoy a book that gives you what you are looking for at an unbeatable price.

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