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Basic Communication by Alberto Nothnagel

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Basic Communication
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN-13: 9781310193323
Number of pages: 103

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Basic Communication is about the fundamentals of communication within business. It deals with the differences between communication, presentation and negotiation, the ground-rules for each and then with elements within each discipline.

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