|Random House (2017-06-06)|
|MS: Complete Edited|
|Self-help, personal development & practical advice|
IF I UNDERSTOOD YOU, WOULD I HAVE THIS LOOK ON MY FACE?
Relating and Communicating with Others, from the Boardroom to the Bedroom
How to relate to and communicate more effectively with others, using improv and ways to read other people--techniques developed by the author, from his experiences as an actor and founder of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University.
In "If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?" Alda teaches us ways to build empathy, use improv games, storytelling, your mind-reading ability, and more, to improve the way you relate to and talk to others everywhere, from the boardroom to the bedroom. This book digs into the heart of what it means to be a true communicator: being able to read another person so well, you know what they're thinking and feeling, especially when you have to talk about hard things. Alda has seen this kind of relating be indispensable for real communication among families, between lovers, in business, between doctors and patients and between scientists and the rest of us.
Alan Alda is a beloved public figure and bestselling author. His work, which ranges from Broadway to M*A*S*H to The West Wing to Scientific American Frontiers, has established him as an identifiable cultural personality. Alda is the author of two bestselling books, Never Have Your Dog Stuffed: And Other Things I've Learned and Things I Overheard While Talking To Myself.
After two bestselling memoirs, this book marks an exciting departure into how we relate to others.
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