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"Don't use demeaning language when talking to your coworkers".
As a former university faculty member, I vote for placing this book in every campus library, and making it required reading for those pursuing the B.S. degree.
I found this book to flow well, giving a lot of good tips on how to conduct better communications in a business/commercial environment.
I was looking for good communication book and this is not one. It's mostly common sense that mentioned scientific and technical professionals but nothing special for that group. Read morePublished 7 months ago by likeyelp
I think it is very insightful and very informative. Every aspiring scientist need to have this in their book collectionsPublished on January 16, 2013 by Steve B Wanjara
The seller was extremely quick in sending my book and I was very pleased to work with such professional and prompt people. Thank you very much!!! Read morePublished on August 26, 2010 by EG
Good book. Details the issues in the "cubicle" world of today. Explains how to improve the number one problem in engineering (and business) today, communication!Published on June 30, 2006 by Christopher Gunther
I had to buy this book for a class and all I can say is that this book is common sense.
"Don't use demeaning language when talking to your coworkers". Read more
It is estimated that 85% of job success is contingent upon social skills. Harry E. Chambers' book, Effective Communication Skills for Scientific and Technical Professionals, has... Read morePublished on April 23, 2004 by M Decker