"A vital, useful, practical book" (Dr. Christiane Northrup)
Do you feel stuck for words at crucial moments? Do you find you haven't really been heard? Does your communication let you down? Talk is our key tool for moving forward in every aspect of our life. Yet how often do you feel you've missed an opportunity or failed to express what mattered most to you? Whether you need to talk with your partner about a relationship problem or to your boss about your career, this book will give you the know-how to achieve your goals.
Meaningful conversation is the single most effective way to bring about real change and growth in your life. This book shows you how.
"This book needed to be written. Succinctly and by means of intriguing stories, it gives us hints and skills that can save a marriage, broker a deal or start a magnificent future - for someone, and quite conceivably for you. Sarah Rozenthuler has insights into the ways we need to talk with each other to make sense of the challenging years that lie ahead of us. She has the inside story on how we need to connect, in order to evolve as a species." (Dr Scilla Elworthy, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and founder of the Oxford Research Group and Peace Direct)
Sarah Rozenthuler is a chartered psychologist and leadership consultant with over 15 years international experience consulting to many different organizations including Discovery Inc, Standard Chartered Bank, the World Bank, IUCN and other not-for-profit organisations.
Sarah founded Bridgework Consulting in 2007 to connect leaders with a compelling purpose, enabling organisations to become a force for good in the world. She loves to help people make work meaningful so that they feel more alive in their day-to-day life.
As the author of How to Have Meaningful Conversations and Powered by Purpose: How to Engage and Energise your People Around Great Work, Sarah has in-depth expertise in uplifting people, performance and profit through effective dialogue and purposeful leadership.
You can connect with Sarah online via her website: www.sarahrozenthuler.com or via LinkedIn and Twitter.