Propel Your Career and Personal Life to New Heights with Transformative Guide to Harness the Art of Effective Communication
"We Need to Talk: Communicating Through Difficult Situations in Four Easy Steps" is a transformative new guide written by Suzanne Seifert Groves, an expert communications strategist. This innovative book equips individuals with the essential tools to navigate challenging conversations in any context for more meaningful and effective communication.
By: Reader Views
Early reviews hold enthusiastic praise for the book's effectiveness, leaving readers wondering, "Where has this book been all my life?"
"Find wins from teamwork. There's no team unless we make people feel their efforts are valued. Suzanne shows us how to plan our communications and forge better relationships"
"Oh, Suzanne. Where were you when I needed you 20 years ago! Your book is such a practical guide to navigate us through the treacherous waters of all of our relationships. I know I still need to use it now but I could have impacted so many people in an educational setting- could have trained 150 of my teachers annually in using this method to conduct IEP/ARD/504/
"A MUST Read. Transform Your Communication Effectiveness Personally and Professionally. I wish I would have learned about Suzanne's 4 step methodology years ago! Her practical and transformative lessons will positively affect my personal and professional relationships for the rest of my life." – Dr. Kristen O. Bennett
"We Need to Talk" (ISBN 978-1685132958, Black Rose Writing, 2023) is available at online bookstores everywhere.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Over the course of her 35-year career as a professional communications strategist, Suzanne Seifert Groves has managed and led every aspect of corporate communications, having served in leadership roles with several large organizations spanning multiple industries. In 2020, she was named a 'Top Woman in Communications' in the Visionary category by Ragan Communications/
Suzanne earned her B.A. in English from The University of Texas at Austin (Hook 'Em Horns) and her M.A. in History from The University of Texas at Arlington. She and her husband reside in Arlington, Texas with their two unwieldy German Shepherd Dogs and one very bossy cat.
For more information about Suzanne Seifert Groves visit https://suzannegroves.com/
Read an Interview with the Author