Can You Hear Me?: How to Connect with People in a Virtual World
A Washington Post Bestseller
Hello? Are you there? Can you hear me?
Communicating virtually is cool, useful, and ubiquitous. But whenever there's a glitch with the technology or a message is unclear, we're reminded that the quality of human connection we experience in many forms of virtual communication is awful. We've all felt disconnected and bored in a video confe...more
- Очень своевременная книга, которую я прочитал по рекомендации журнала Harvard Business Review. Ник Морган - специалист по коммуникациям, который решил помочь нам улучшить качество онлайн общения.
- Автор сначала разбирает 5 основных препятствий, которые нам мешают общаться онлайн на том же уровне, что и в оффлайне. Во второй части книги мы получаем основные инструменты для управления коммуникациями в онлайн формате. Очень ценно, что для каждого типа общения(конференции, совещания, ...more
Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley for the ARC. Opinions are mine. Pub Date 30 Oct 2018. #CanYouHearMe #NetGalley
Have you ever been in an email war? A text fight? Has someone ever been a jerk to you on a conference call? Unlike old-school rap battles, your online disputes with colleagues never end in sick beats and mad rhymes; they only end in heartburn and passive aggressive text messages.
That’s why I’m recommending “Can You Hear Me? How to Connect with People in a Virtual World” by Nick Morgan.
The modern world forces us to be online. Whether we work remotely or not, technol ...more
The book is broken down into sections, eg: the fiv ...more
This book presents compelling reasons as to why face to face co ...more
This book is a must read as everybody is involved in the digital world and everybody should know how to cope and what strategy use.
Many thanks to Harvard Business Review and Netgalley for this ARC
Can You Hear Me? How to Connect with People in a Virtual World by Nick Morgan is an upcoming release from the Harvard Business Review (Thanks for the sneak peek NetGalley!) This was a dissection of different types of technology. First, there was an exploration of the potential hazards and issues of each type. Then, there were suggestions of what could be done to make each of these more engaging and more like a "real life" meeting. As someone wh ...more
I was tempted to give the book two stars as I did not find it an ...more
What was extremely alarming for me: there was a note in a book on an experiment measuring the effectiveness of requests made face to face or by an email - the conclusion were quite clearly stated BUT then I’ve c ...more
The author describes the five basic problems (the lack of feedback, empathy, control, emotion, connection and commitment) and then provides specific and very helpful techniques and pratical fixes for each digital channel.
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- signal excitement (and stress) by speaking faster and ra ...more