December 07, 2017
Hoping to influence the reader to consider criticism as a gift, Bill Neely presents it that way and shares how it can be beneficial in his new book, of “The Gift of Criticism: Making the Most of Critical Communication” (published by WestBow Press).
Neely believes communication skills related to criticism offer, “great opportunity for people in all walks of life to reduce stress while improving interactions with others.”
“The Gift of Criticism” calls for a paradigm shift to change opinions about criticism. Neely talks about how it can be used as an aid to enhance relationships and promote harmony among people. He discusses specific concepts and skills that demonstrate how to present and respond to criticism so it can be mutually beneficial. Neely imparts stories and examples in order to illustrate how to incorporate the techniques and methods into daily life events and ease the stress of critical communication.
“This book will aid those who seek, desire or need to improve relationships with themselves, at home, among family members, friends, school, co-workers, teachers, students, congregants and community members,” Neely says.
“The Gift of Criticism”
By Bill Neely
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 160 pages | ISBN 9781512791389
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 160 pages | ISBN 9781512791396
E-Book | 160 pages | ISBN 9781512791402
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Bill Neely is founder and president of Getting Along Better LLC, a relationship consulting business focused on enhancing relationships of all kinds in all settings. He and his wife, Edwina, will celebrate 48 years of marriage this year. They have four children – one of whom died in 2001. All the children are college grads. They have two grandsons. “The Gift of Criticism” is Neely’s first book.
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