If you have noticed that the digital age has created new problems in connecting, this book will offer you some straightforward answers with a touch of humor on how to communicate more effectively. The author, Julienne B. Ryan, shares her insights from a life-time of living in New York and growing up in Queens. Drawing on Ryan's years of coaching, organizational storytelling, and leadership development, this little book is packed with humor, insight, and practical tips to help every reader communicate better, or as she puts it, bettah! Her message is about finding ways to connect and form community. Her lessons apply equally to navigating the corporate board room as they do to thriving in a neighborhood. The book offers gentle, and often, humorous advice that reminds us that digital devices are tools—we still have to pay attention to the humans who use them.
About the Author
Julienne B. Ryan grew up in Queens having three communication choices: be funny, fight, or run really fast. Ironically, everything she wanted to dismiss, avoid, or forget about her formative years has become useful now. Like a
one-woman sustainability project, she now encourages people to try appreciate the parts of themselves that make
them unique. Besides being a writer, she is an organizational storyteller, a keynote speaker, a facilitator, soft-skills trainer, coach, and—youBETTAhavenoticed—humorist.
Paperback | 82 pages