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'Powerful conversations are essential to world-class performance. Blamestorming will you show how' - Amy Williams MBE, Olympic Gold Medallist
Rob's book will teach you how to hear what's really being said and say what you really mean to say... I recommend Rob's book to anyone who wants to communicate more effectively. - Linda Blair, clinical psychologist, author, columnist, broadcaster
Do your disagreements often escalate into rows? Do you get crossed wires when talking to your stressed partner, difficult teenager, overworked colleagues or demanding boss? Drawing on 25 years experience, Rob Kendall reveals:
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'Blamestorming reveals how the way we think influences the way we communicate. This is cutting-edge psychology packaged in the most accessible way. Anyone who is serious about improving their communication skills will find it practical and relevant.' - Rob Archer, The Career Psychologist
'I have learned that powerful conversations are essential to world-class performance. Receiving encouragement and having challenging conversations with my coach and team members have been absolutely vital to my success. This book will show you how.' - Amy Williams MBE, Olympic gold medalist
'Rob knows how to have meaningful conversations that allow people to be honest with themselves and authentic with others. I can't think of a better person to write a book like this!' - Paula Vennells, MD, Post Office Ltd (11,500 UK post offices)
'Rob's new book Blamestorming provides highly practical tools to advance our psychological evolution through being cooperative rather than competitive in our communication with each other.' - Sir John Whitmore, author of the bestselling Coaching for Performance
'Blamestorming offers a truly fascinating insight into the complex world of conversation.' - Martin Davies, bestselling author of The Conjuror's Bird
'As the CEO of 55,000 staff, I have valued Rob's partnership at defining moments in our history. He knows how to have meaningful conversations that move life instead of talking about life. In Blamestorming, he will show you how.' - Julian Roberts, CEO, Old Mutual Group
'In Blamestorming Rob shares a wealth of experience and makes the art, science and skills of conversation accessible to everyone. Rob can be for conversation what Martin Lewis is for saving money - the UK's expert. Nobody occupies this space in the public consciousness today.' - Gordon Gourlay, MD, First Rate Exchange Services (the UK's leading provider of foreign exchange
'In professional sport, as in every domain of life, conversation plays a crucial role in performance. In this book, Rob demonstrates simple, practical ways to revolutionize your conversational life.' - --Matt Perry, England's most-capped rugby full-back
Rob Kendall has worked with over 60 organizations, including the 2012 London Olympics, Virgin and BBC Worldwide, teaching conversation skills to business leaders, sports professionals, teenagers and many others. Find out more at Rob's website, www.conversationexpert.co.uk.
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Book Description Watkins Media, United Kingdom, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Do your disagreements always escalate into rows? Do you have to deal with an angry spouse, a difficult teenager, unfocused colleagues or a stressed boss? In this uniquely practical guide to good conversation, communications expert Rob Kendall draws on 20 years plus of study and coaching experience to reveal: How survival instincts take over and derail conversations at the worst moments How to avoid conversations escalating into destructive arguments How to prepare for and conduct challenging conversations How to avoid defensiveness and emotional lockdown How to read the warning signals that a conversation is going off-track This is the most accessible in-depth book about communication on the market, using case studies and and exceptionally clear page design to dissect examples of problematic conversations, as well as easy-to-absorb concepts such as the Bad Place and the Lock Down. Short digestible chapters look at all the conversational scenarios you will encounter, showing how to have rewarding interactions with everyone in your life - including your colleagues, boss, neighbours, parents and children.Through his coaching work, Rob has used the techniques in Blamestorming to help many thousands of people from all walks of life - now you too can benefit from his simple yet highly effective approach. Seller Inventory # AA99781780286549
Book Description Watkins Publishing, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1780286546
Book Description Watkins Pub Ltd, 2014. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 224 pages. 7.25x5.00x0.75 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk1780286546