The Communication Equation
Why do some people make communication look so easy? Why do we decide we’re going to listen to some speakers before they even open their mouths? Why do we listen, captivated, as they talk? And can we learn from what they do? In this inspiring and practical book, Emma Serlin shares the lessons she’s learned as an award-winning theatre director, coach and advisor to some of the world’s leading business people. Learn More
The Connection Book
This book will give people simple usable tools to improve and enrich their communication in 5 key areas so they feel more confident and effective. Simple tools for better communication that can be put into practice in as little as 5 minutes. Tips for communicating more effectively with your colleagues, business partners and family. Advice to guide you through behavioural economics, psychology, and self-leadership. Learn More
How to Speak More Clearly at Work
All of us know what it is like to have off days in the office, when we are just not in our groove, when a meeting goes awry. Whether you feel that communication is just not your forté, or you feel like things are pretty fantastic in that department until they are not, probably we can all benefit from some tricks and tools to pull out when we need them. This little eBook has got packed into it three fabulous tools to use when you are having one of those ‘off office’ days. Helping you to turn it around to find your optimum.
5 Tools to Stop Your Accent Getting in the Way
Many non-native English speakers living in the UK find themselves caught in an annoying paradox. On the one hand, they are fluent in English and, to a great extent, see England as their home. On the other, having an accent means that often people’s first response will be to ask them where they are from. In this eBook, I have put five top tools to help you clear up those misunderstandings and feel more ownership over the language when you speak it, so that you can share your ideas without any interference.