Will Work For Food; Author to Donate All Fees to Charities Benefiting Children

Dr. Carol Dunitz will donate all speaking fees from 2005 bookings made between March 16 and March 22 to charity. Corporations and organizations will have their fees donated to charities that operate for the benefit of children. Dunitz will only accept reimbursement for expenses.


Dr. Carol Dunitz is a professional speaker who has ten programs that teach people how to communicate more effectively. She dresses in costume, sings original songs and tells stories and anecdotes that underscore the points she makes. Programs address issues including interpersonal communication, intercultural communication, sales and negotiating, customer service, listening and observing, teambuilding, and advertising and PR.


Dunitz's new book, 'Louder Than Thunder,' has received excellent reviews in newspapers around the country as well as on the Internet. It was featured on the March 7th cover of Publishers Weekly. Former Mayor of Detroit Dennis Archer who provided an advance endorsement for the business parable wrote "'Louder Than Thunder' shatters the glass ceiling while dispelling gender myths that have plagued corporate America for generations. This book is a 'heads up' for every businessman, an inspiration for every businesswoman, and a thoughtful reminder about how we can all aspire to be better communicators."


The book is about a CEO who calls in her three vice presidents to tell them she is about to step down and that one of them will succeed her. She has a riddle for them, "What is louder than thunder, as highly charged as lightning, and more powerful than the fierce North Wind?" Whoever comes back with the best answer will be the next CEO.


"Louder Than Thunder" provides significant insight on how to become a better communicator through a series of vignettes. These vignettes deal with the insights of a young person while coming of age and subsequently achieving lifelong aspirations. The reader is taken on a journey with the book's protagonist as she learns to deal with the world around her by carefully listening and observing. In the process, the reader comes to understand how to communicate more effectively in every day interactions in and out of the workplace.


Dunitz is also the principal of The Last Word, a communication and creative services business in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The book is illustrated by award-winning artist Helen Gotlib.


"Louder Than Thunder" is available at bookstores everywhere or at louderthanthunder.com. A recording on CD by the author as well as the learning guide are for sale at www.louderthanthunder.com. xxxxx

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