The Small Talk Handbook by Melissa Wadsworth

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Small talk with anyone!

There's a difference between communicating effectively and making small talk. Even if you have no fear of public speaking, you might still stumble over simple conversation when chatting with your superior, unexpectedly running into a friend, or breaking the ice with someone you just met. The Small Talk Handbook lays down the basics to engaging chitchat and teaches you how to enliven your personal and professional communication - no matter where you are. It offers the necessary tools to focus on verbal strengths, minimize weaknesses, and leave the best impression.

So whether you're hosting a client dinner, attending a friend's cocktail party, or participating in a fundraising event for your children's school, you will always know just what to say with The Small Talk Handbook.


About Melissa Wadsworth

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Melissa Wadsworth has been a marketing and public relations professional for twenty years. Her company, Wadsworth Communications, specializes in PR programs for national corporate clients and entrepreneurs. She is a graduate of UCLA and an accomplished nonfiction writer, marketing copywriter, and photographer. She currently lives in Seattle, WA.
Published August 18, 2012 by Adams Media. 160 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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