This book was written for two types of people. The first is the employee who feels frustrated that their communications are hitting a wall that is keeping the right people from responding in the right way at the right time. Those people are looking for ways to get through and break the existing impasse. If this is you, you may even have surrendered and are sending CYA’s. Help yourself by learning this alternative "approach.
The second type is that group that are working with the first group and seeing increasingly panicked messages. These messages seem unclear, rambling or even accusing. The sender may not know how to communicate more effectively and end up either giving up or lashing out. Help them (and yourself) by some indirect nudging or some clear and direct mentoring.
Learn how CYA+: Complete Your Accountability can lead to a more effective way to work with teams.
"CYA+ : Complete your accountability is a must-have guideline that confronts many of the communication pitfalls professionals deal with in the modern working environment. The author does a great job of offering clear recommendations with stories and case studies to demonstrate his points. The book starts out with a breakdown of the fundamentals of communication and highlights areas in the communication channel that often become troublesome. The author offers simple and concrete steps to produce emails and letters that are honest, uncluttered, focused, reliable and important to the intended reader. The author focuses on building relationships based on mutually beneficial communication, honesty and respect. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone who is striving to be a better communicator and build meaningful professional relationships." - Dane Sawyer
George Brockman is a Birmingham, Alabama native with an unusual background for an author of business communications books. After 20 years of technology work, he left the coding world for the world of helping professionals be more successful through better communication. Learn the lessons he did without making some of the same wrong choices.
ISBN - 978-0-692-49104-1