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Make every conversation a REAL CONVERSATION that benefits all.

Overcoming Fake Talk explains why we often fail at our most important communications and offers proven advice for turning challenging confrontations into rewarding exchanges that foster collaboration, improve performance, and achieve results.

You'll develop an understanding of the skills for holding a REAL conversation, including both the "said" and the "unsaid" elements present in any conversation; discover the framework for preparing and holding difficult yet meaningful conversations; and learn to no longer avoid the tough conversations they need to have.

In Overcoming Fake Talk, business communication guru John R. Stoker offers proven advice for turning challenging confrontations into rewarding exchanges that foster collaboration, improve performance, and achieve results.

©2013 John R. Stoker (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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female impersonation voice is super annoying

good info, I will use some of it moving forward however the performance was tough to keep focused on.

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communication guru!

excellent book about communicating better. especially for people who, like me, think we already know how to communicate well

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Good Life Advice

Loved the book but didn't care for the reader's "female" impersonation. Would be better with a distinction using à natural tone.

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  • Jeremy
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  • 11-11-13

Its decent.

What made the experience of listening to Overcoming Fake Talk the most enjoyable?

It was just ok-I have read better.

Would you recommend Overcoming Fake Talk to your friends? Why or why not?

Yes, you can still learn a few things from this book.

0 of 5 people found this review helpful