What More Can I Say? (Paperback)
Why Communication Fails and What to Do About It
Prentice Hall Press, 9780735205338, 176pp.
Publication Date: January 6, 2015
Communications expert Dianna Booher provides an essential nine-point checklist for success in the art of communication and persuasion—for building solid relationships, and for increasing credibility in the workplace. With lessons from politics, pop culture, business, family life, and current events, the book identifies common reasons that communicators fail to accomplish their goals, along with examples and analyses of messages that succeed and those that fail.
About the Author
Praise For What More Can I Say?: Why Communication Fails and What to Do About It…
––Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager® and Legendary Service
“To be a success you need to influence others, communicate persuasively and win the hearts and minds of those around you. Dianna Booher can give you the expert advice you need to succeed.”
––Darren Hardy, publisher and editor of SUCCESS Magazine and New York Times Bestselling Author of The Compound Effect
“Dianna Booher may have accomplished the impossible. By following the tactics revealed in What More Can I Say?, you will communicate in a way that creates a dynamic engagement with others after which all parties walk away satisfied and smiling. Excellent work from one of today’s most important communication experts.”
––Marshall Goldsmith, author or editor of 34 books including the global bestsellers MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There.
“Booher’s What More Can I Say? does say it all in a way that’s relevant, specific, compelling, and credible.”
––Ralph D. Heath, former Executive Vice President, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
“This is a wonderful book, fast-moving and enjoyable, loaded with practical ideas to make you a more influential and powerful communicator.”
––Brian Tracy, author, The Power of Charm
“Useful and precise, this guide explains how to turn communication failures into communication successes in a variety of situations.”