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Dianna Booher

Communicating Well: Your Golden Opportunity

An interview with Dianna Booher

Communication tactics for day-to-day workplace and leadership success

"What makes people complain, 'There's just no communication around here'? If you can answer that question--and do something about it--you can be heard. You can create conversation. You can change things."

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Dianna Booher, CSP, CPAE, works with organizations to increase their productivity and effectiveness through better oral, written, interpersonal, and cross-functional communication. A prolific author of 43 books, including her latest The Voice of Authority: 10 Communication Strategies Every Leader Needs to Know, she has published with Random House, Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books, and McGraw-Hill. An acclaimed international speaker and business communication expert, she is also CEO of Booher Consultants, Inc., a communication training firm serving many Fortune 500 clients. Major media such as Good Morning America, CNN, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and NPR have interviewed her for critical opinions on workplace communication, and Successful Meetings magazine has named her to its list of the “21 Top Speakers for the 21st Century.”

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