By Harrison Monarth McGraw-Hill ©2014,251pages,$22.00, ISBN: 978-0-07-182880-2
Success depends in large part on how to "break through" to the right people, writes leadership coach Harrison Monarth in his new book, Breakthrough Communication. To break through, you need to communicate effectively so that you can be noticed and supported by the people whose attention you seek.The goal is that they will listen to you and take action based on what you communicate
The process of breaking through can be as short as an instant — asking a colleague for help on a project, for instance — or as long as months or years. Successfully im- plementing new policy can be a long and arduous process of persistent communication. However, no matter what timeframe might be involved, breakthrough communica- tion still rests on four steps, according to Monarth.