Exceptional books on business communication by Ed Barks

Straight talk you need to reach your business and public policy goals

Insider Strategies for the Confident Communicator: How to Master Meetings, Presentations, Interviews, and Advocacy

Ed’s latest book is a greatest hits album from your favorite band or, in this case, author.

The advice covers the waterfront of communications and public affairs topics, ranging from how spokespeople can prepare to meet the media, deliver a winning presentation, and plead their case before public officials. It also includes bonus sections on matters including crisis communications, devising quotable quotes, and more.

Best of all, Insider Strategies for the Confident Communicator is forever free. .

Reporters Don’t Hate You: 100+ Amazing Media Relations Strategies 

Whether developing magnetic messaging, granting interviews, or engaging on digital media, you need a ready reference. Reporters Don’t Hate You is the resource you‘ve been seeking.​ It’s the AP Style Guide for media relations. Your copy will be dog-eared in no time.

It takes a lifetime to prepare to meet the media. It only takes one bad interview to undo all that hard work. Ed Barks can prevent you from stumbling into the bad interview abyss.

Buy this book now and start controlling your business deals with the press.

A+ Strategies for C-Suite Communications: Turning Today’s Leaders into Tomorrow’s Influencers

A+ Strategies for C-Suite Communications is an essential resource for communications and public affairs experts who counsel their C-suite on strategy.

When you read A+ Strategies, you’ll discover how sustained improvement helps your company attain long-range business and public policy goals, and helps you propel your career.

Celebrated White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry says, “In this nifty and fabulous volume, Ed Barks gives the corporate communicator tons of good advice on how to get that important ‘seat at the table’ and how to use it when there.”​

The Truth About Public Speaking: The Three Keys to Great Presentations

 The Truth About Public Speaking is for executives who aspire to go beyond the run-of-the-mill. It empowers you with solid public speaking skills, advancing your career, generating more sales for your business, carrying the day for your public policy issues, and earning esteem in the eyes of your peers.

As Senator George Mitchell says, “The Truth About Public Speaking offers advice that aids speakers whether they plan to address the local United Way chapter or the United Nations.”

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