The best books on

kickass communication

The best books on kickass communication

I’m passionate about helping people to better manage their internal state so they can control their external behaviors under high-pressure situations.

My expertise is on the following topics found in the books I’ve chosen: power/status, influence, leadership presence, setting boundaries, speaking clearly & concisely, emotional mastery, improvisation, compassion, and empathy for self and others.

As a communication coach and trainer, I work with clients to neutralize power dynamics for more positive exchange, leaving both parties feeling safe and respected.

The Ego Tango
What it’s about?

This is a collection of real-life stories I tell in my workshops as a communication coach.

Each story demonstrates either an external behavior or an internal mindset to help people become more effective and productive in their personal and professional relationships.

My hope is that you’ll be able to appreciate their humour and humanity while extracting the gems, applying them to your everyday interactions experiencing fewer hassles, and have more satisfying relationships.

Amy recommends

Boundary Boss

by Terri Cole

This book will literally change your life, should you chose to accept the challenge! Terri Cole introduces the idea that our personal boundaries are directly impacted by our childhood experiences and offers us something called the “Boundary blueprint.”

The Untethered Soul

by Michael Singer

(also wrote The Surrender Experiment) This book is a combi of lofty, spiritual concepts and a simple, concrete approach to practise inner peace and serenity in any given moment. It gives us the ability to have more awarenesss, thus control over the habitual,

Brave Not Perfect

by Reshma Saujani

It’s a great way to call BS on your automatic excuses! Ask yourself is that my drama speaking or my wisdom talking?  You will know it’s your wisdom if you feel peace, it’s calm with a sense of authority.

White Fragility

by Robin Diangelo

Improving our capacity to communicate also means putting our ego to the side so that we can receive messages, even when the packaging is not so pretty!

Playing the Enemy

by John Carlin

My goal is to help clients identify and neutralize the power dynamic in any relationship or exchange. In this autobiography of Nelson Mandela’s experience in prison and beyond, he deftly transforms one challenging situation after another. 


by Susan Cain

Quiet is an essential book for extroverts. It brings insight into the power of the introvert mind and the value they offer. It will help close the gap and improve communication between these opposing personality types.

The New Rules of Marriage

by Terrence Real

Terry starts off by telling women “You’re not crazy, you’re right!” Unfortunately, being right is not enough, you need the skills to ask for what you want, in a way that it will be heard and well-received.


by Glennon Doyle

I work with people to help them build confidence, reduce resentments and communicate more effectively. The most powerful concept the author left me with was this:
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