Soundview Executive Book Summaries


A Can’t-Miss Conversation of Fierce Proportions

The world of business books is similar to today’s pop music world in one regard. It takes something special for a book or an album to have longevity. For every The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, there are countless other titles whose reign lasts little more than a fortnight. In fact, that’s the reason that you won’t find certain “hit” titles at Summary.com. The criteria we use to select the 30 best business books each year include questions about a book’s long-term relevance. Our mission is to offer you titles that deliver a little more than a quick injection of trend-based knowledge.

One title that continues to deliver year after year is Susan Scott’s Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work and in Life, One Conversation at a Time.  This title, originally released in 2004, remains a strong seller due to its no-nonsense tips and Scott’s straightforward writing style.

Now you have the opportunity to get in touch with Susan Scott! She’s the featured guest on the next installment of Soundview Live. Live from Seattle, next Monday, August 2nd at Noon Eastern. She will discuss Fierce Conversations as well as answer audience questions. If you’re currently having difficulty communicating with someone in your organization, regardless of where that person stands in the company, this is your chance to find out how to connect. Scott will help you make sure your message is heard loud and clear. Soundview has interviewed Scott before and she pulls no punches during her enlightening commentary. I hope you’ll join us next Monday for Soundview Live!

And don’t forget … subscribers attend this event for FREE!

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