I generally enjoy reading books by John Maxwell. They are usually informative, engaging, well-written, and easy to read. Maxwell is committed to using language that is direct, clear, and easy to understand. As a result, his books are always a good read.
Everyone Communicates, Few Connect is no exception. In this book, Maxwell effectively and efficiently communicates many truths about good leadership, specifically as it relates to communicating with your audience. He successfully relays this information in three distinct areas: one-on-one communication, small group communication, and large group communication.
Maxwell expertly conveys the “how to” of effective communication and connection in a way that allows the reader to apply these principles to his own life and leadership style. Maxwell skillfully demystifies the illusion that communicating and connecting are innate instead of learned.
I found this book both easy to read and easy to understand. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone, whether you believe yourself to be a leader or not.
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