Revealed: What Communications Strategies Look Like
For immediate release Contact: Ed Barks
Thursday, February 24, 2022 (703) 533-0403
What do business communications strategies look like? They resemble the cover design of the forthcoming book Insider Strategies for the Confident Communicator: How to Master Meetings, Presentations, Interviews, and Advocacy.
The cover art for the latest book from business author and communications strategy consultant Ed Barks was unveiled today. The book is due for publication on March 8.
The new volume provides the definitive deskside reference for communications and government relations experts. The content contains more than three dozen succinct Insider Strategies briefs, covering how to deal with reporters, deliver winning presentations, and advocate before public officials. Bonus sections on crisis communications, crafting quotable quotes, and more are also included.
As Barks notes, “Insider Strategies for the Confident Communicator is like a greatest hits album from your favorite band. The advice is delivered in small, tasty morsels wrapped in one book cover.”
One surprising bit of news: Insider Strategies for the Confident Communicator will be forever free. Barks intends the move as an easy introduction to his other books, past and future, and to elevate even further the profile of his consulting services.
His new book is designed for communications and government relations professionals — from C-suite leaders to developing executives to nervous spokespeople — who will use Insider Strategies for the Confident Communicator as their ultimate go-to reference.
Since readers can get the book at no cost, it will be offered exclusively in ebook format. Details on how to acquire Insider Strategies for the Confident Communicator will be available at www.barkscomm.com.
Ed Barks is an author and communications strategy consultant who works on extended engagements with Fortune 1000, Inc. 500, and association clients that want to refine their message and sharpen their executives’ communications skills. They gain an enhanced reputation, greater confidence, more opportunities for career advancement, and achievement of long-term business and public policy goals. He is the author of three previous books: Reporters Don’t Hate You: 100+ Amazing Media Relations Strategies, A+ Strategies for C-Suite Communications: Turning Today’s Leaders into Tomorrow’s Influencers, and The Truth About Public Speaking: The Three Keys to Great Presentations. As President of Barks Communications, he has taught more than 5500 spokespeople how to succeed when they deal with the media, deliver presentations, and advocate before policymakers.