Blamestorming provides highly practical tools to advance our
psychological evolution through being cooperative rather than
competitive in our communication.' Sir John Whitmore, author of the
bestselling Coaching for Performance 'I recommend Rob's book to
anyone who wants to communicate more effectively.' Linda Blair,
clinical psychologist, author, columnist, broadcaster 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.
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