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Communication Chemistry - Available Now!
Joan M. Boneberg, M.S., CCC-SLP, Certified Speech Pathologist and Communication Coach brings clarity to the process of interpersonal communication-the most fundamental of human skills and something we've all learned to do but were never formally taught. By breaking down the process into its essential elements, Communication Chemistry gives the reader a framework for understanding how the elements work together. The book is designed to allow the reader to easily identify areas for improvement and provides practical examples and exercises to create an effective and compelling communication style.
Communication Chemistry can be used as a simple study guide, a reference for presentation preparation, a framework for professional, social and personal interactions, as well as guide for post-communication analysis.
The book also includes a quick reference chart of the essential elements in the context of the three stages of the communication process-preparation, delivery and interaction. This allows the reader to evaluate where to reinforce and improve their own communication style and how to become effective in every communication endeavor.
Co-hosting interviews with author Tim Morrison
Joan Boneberg co-hosting interviews with author Tim Morrison for Atlanta Business Radio at the Global Chamber of Commerce Event, July 21, 2011.
Interview with Diane Bogino
Tele-Seminar - How to be a great listener
Use the audio player below to hear Joan discuss the area of "immersion listeningTM"
Georgia Speaker Magazine - Winter 2010
"Your Voice, Your Livelihood" by Joan Boneberg
This article highlights the importance of a healthy voice for professional success, knowing the signs of vocal stress and strain and how to keep your voice healthy for effective communication.
"Communication Chemistry" - Johns Creek Herald, November 4, 2010
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