How to communicate effectively, including with partner, friends and family, at work and to groups of people
- Communication & Relationships Course
A free online course (plus downloadable ebook). We cannot put our feelings into words. Our partner speaks but we do not hear. We stare helplessly across an abyss of silence, or in frustration we hurl attacks which drive us further apart. Work on communication skills helps us to break through these sorts of impasse.
- The SEVEN CHALLENGES
A workbook about communicating more cooperatively by Dennis Rivers, M.A. This is a structured, intensive exploration of seven challenging skills for a lifetime of better communication in work, family, friendship & community. Download the free book in PDF format.
- How to Be a Good Listener
Being a good and patient listener helps you not only solve many problems at work or home, but also to see the world through the eyes of others, thereby opening your understanding and enhancing your capacity for empathy. In addition, you learn a lot from listening. As simple as listening to and acknowledging other people may seem, doing it well, particularly when disagreements arise, takes sincere effort and lots of practice.
- How to Communicate Effectively
With a little self-confidence and knowledge of the basics of good communications you will be able to effectively communicate your message in both conversations and presentations, in all walks of life.
- The Healing Art of Communication
Ayal Hurst describes techniques for enhancing our personal communications.
- New Conversations.net
Free books, essays and training materials on how to communicate and solve problems more compassionately, more gracefully, and more creatively.
- Guidelines For Parent/Child Communication
This page provides useful information and techniques for parents on how to communicate effectively with their children. Parenting is more enjoyable when a more positive parent-child relationship is established.
- Communication in Relationships
Favorite inspirational quotes, with commentary by Peter Shepherd, on this critical issue that accompanies us through life.