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Surviving Dreaded Conversations: How to Talk Through Any Difficult Situation at Work

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  • Posted December 5, 2009

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    SAY IT--DON'T DELAY IT

    There comes a time when we all have to have that dreaded conversation. We rehearse what we are going to say in our minds a thousand times but it still doesn't sound right. Will we hurt the other person's feelings or will they flip out on us? Who do we turn to for advice..Oprah? Dr. Phil? Donna Flagg's book "Surviving Dreaded Conversations" simplifies it. She teaches you why and how to conduct those dreaded conversations with different types of personalities. She also teaches you how to "nip it in the bud", "cut to the chase" and put that dreaded conversation behind you so you can get on with your life. This is the perfect book for someone in business or the college graduate who will inevitably be faced with these challenging conversations in his/her career.

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