The key to success in life and business is to become a master at Conversational Intelligence. It's not about how smart you are, but how open you are to learn new and effective powerful conversational rituals that prime the brain for trust, partnership, and mutual success. Conversational Intelligence translates the wealth of new insights coming out of neuroscience from across the globe, and brings the science down to earth so people can understand and apply it in their everyday lives. Author Judith Glaser presents a framework for knowing what kind of conversations trigger the lower, more primitive brain; and what activates higher-level intelligences such as trust, integrity, empathy, and good judgment. Conversational Intelligence makes complex scientific material simple to understand and apply through a wealth of easy to use tools, examples, conversational rituals, and practices for all levels of an organization.
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©2013 Judith E. Glaser (P)2014 Gildan Media LLC
"Glaser's idea of C-IQ provides an excellent guide to improving effectiveness both on the job and outside the office and should stimulate "thinking different" among practitioners, faculty, and students of business. High recommended." (Library Journal)
Maybe, the book started good with some interesting insights about the conversations and our influence on people but later on, the interesting part disolved leaving us with no real concrete advise or teaching rather than the old "be nice" or "be yourself". Also tryed to sumarize poorly NLP concepts.
Maybe, depends on theb book and the ratings.
It was afair performance.
I would make the author to present the ideas in a more clear way.
Strong concepts good development and good point of reference. The author does a great job of production and understanding of her concerts are and how to drive in society
This book was a really nice look at how conversations can spark great things, but more importantly, giving some insight into what stops us have great conversations.
Judith quotes herself throughout the book and gives names to things that don't need to be named in an effort to sound more credible/quotable. It was annoying to read, hear, and discuss.
Author is neither a doctor nor a scientist and yet she blathers on and on about her pseudoscience "research" and just blatant falsehoods like how "conversations change our DNA for future generations." She makes up so much meaningless nomenclature and BS coined phrases I threw up in my mouth a little. So gross.
I wish she'd sounded educated on the topic and not like she was merely the reader. Her voice and approach to reading really detracted from my ability to take in the value of this book.
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