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It’s official. Being able to communicate well sets you apart from the crowd.
In 2014, the Graduate Management Admission Council asked nearly 600 employers what skills they most looked for in new recruits.
Communication skills headed the list: organisations ranked them, on average, twice as important as managerial skills. The highest ranking were speaking and listening, and the other two highly rated communication skills – presenting and writing – both relate to conversation.
That’s why this book covers all four of those communication skills. Speaking, listening, presenting and writing: master those skills and you’ll be well placed to win the job you want, and forge a career that you can be proud of.
Now in its fifth edition, Improve Your Communication Skills has also been translated into Arabic, Japanese, Portuguese, Malay, Thai, Czech, Russian and Spanish.