Communicating Better with Everyone
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Ascent Audio, 2021.
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9781663712998
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Harvard Business Review., Harvard Business Review|AUTHOR., Rich Miller|READER., & Raechel Wong|READER. (2021). Communicating Better with Everyone . Ascent Audio.

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Harvard Business Review, Harvard Business Review|AUTHOR, Rich Miller|READER, and Raechel Wong|READER. Communicating Better With Everyone Ascent Audio, 2021.

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There are days in every working parent's life when it feels like you're screaming into the wind. The days when you have to ask your childless boss if you can leave work early-again-for a kid issue. The days your kid tearfully asks why you have to get on an airplane for work when you just got home. The days you simmer with resentment because you can't find the right words to have a productive conversation with your partner about the division of labor at home. The days you tell yourself you're failing everyone-including yourself.

Each of us has days where we struggle to communicate effectively at home and at work. But we can have fewer days like that and more productive conversations. We can listen and be heard. In Communicate Better with Everyone, experts provide answers to the challenges you face as a working parent, from negotiating your schedule and workload with your boss to connecting with your teen without nagging or lecturing to talking to yourself with more compassion. You'll learn to: conduct more productive conversations; set boundaries and stick to them; ask better questions; see issues from the other person's perspective; and navigate difficult issues.
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