Breakthrough Communication

Breakthrough Communication
Oct 1, 2014 Comments
Breakthrough Communication
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4 easy steps to driving exemplary collaboration and positive business results

People don’t always communicate well. It’s a fact of life. But you don’t have to be a helpless witness or participant in a conversation that steadily unravels into misunderstandings, confusion, and even hostility. You can take charge–and you can make a difference! Breakthrough Communication provides easy-to-implement strategies for virtually any business situation, whether it’s one-on-one or within a group.

Praise and Endorsements for Breakthrough Communication

A practical and insightful translation of cutting edge psychological science research

Laura Kray, Ph.D.
Warren E. & Carol Spieker Professor of Leadership
Haas School of Business
University of California, Berkeley

Harrison Monarth, one of today’s premier executive coaches, shows us how to use our own past successes to achieve new levels of meaningful achievement in his book Breakthrough Communication. Not since Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People has there been such a valuable roadmap for bringing high-impact results.

Marshall Goldsmith
Two million-selling author of the New York Times bestsellers,
MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

If you want to be seen as the go-to person in your field Breakthrough Communication is the book to take you there. Destined to become a classic, Breakthrough Communication tells the truth about achieving status in and dominating your niche. If you can handle the truth this book will change your life.

Kevin Hogan, Psy.D.
Author of The Science of Influence

A compelling how-to for anyone who aspires to become a thought leader.  The process begins with communication and some very essential skills.

Kitty Pilgrim
journalist
Author The Stolen Chalice 

My concern regarding books on Communication and Persuasion is that they have always been short on what they promise: informing the reader how exactly to communicate persuasively.  Harrison Monarth’s readable (another missing component of most such works) book does precisely that and is an — perhaps the — invaluable treatise on the art of successful influencing in the business environment and beyond to get specific, identifiable results.

Richard E. Vatz, Ph.D.
Towson Distinguished Professor
Author of The Only Authentic Book of Persuasion
Psychology Editor, USA Today Magazine
Editor, Current Psychology

Professor, ILPD; University Senate; Towson University

Breaking through to other people and getting results with communication is what inspirational leadership is all about. Harrison Monarth shows how the process works in a thought-provoking series of steps that anyone can learn and practice. Breakthrough Communication is a smart and entertaining read for anyone who wants to be successful with people.

Debra Benton
President, Benton Management Resources, Inc.

Author, The CEO Difference: How to Climb, Crawl and Leap Your Way to the Next Level of Your Career

Monarth demonstrates his main points, right in his writing! Riveting information on how to get noticed, get your point across, and avoid strategic blunders. Great stories and well-researched, as usual.

Shelle Rose Charvet
Author of the international bestseller, Words That Change Minds

This book is a true breakthrough itself. If you want to learn to communicate better, you must read this book!

Dave Kerpen
NY Times Bestselling Author of Likeable Social Media & Likeable Leadership

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