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Nationality  American
Name  Dianna Booher
Alma mater  University of Houston
Role  Author
Home town  Hillsboro, Texas
Education  University of Houston
Website  booherresearch.com

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Occupation  Author Consultant Keynote speaker
Residence  Colleyville, Texas, United States
Books  Communicate with Confiden, Your Signature Work, Speak With Confidence, The voice of authority, E‑Writing

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Dianna Booher is an American author, and communication expert. She is also the chief executive of Booher Research Institute, a Colleyville, Texas-based company that offers communication consulting, executive coaching (public speaking, executive presence, enterprise-wide communication messaging), and publishing strategies for Fortune 500 organizations and nonprofit organizations.

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Early life and education

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Dianna Daniels Booher was born in Hillsboro, Texas, as the daughter of a postal supervisor Alton B. and Opal Daniels. She graduated cum laude from North Texas State University in 1970 with a Bachelor of Arts and earned a Master of Arts degree in English literature from University of Houston in 1979. In 1967 she married Daniel T. Booher, a minister of music. They had two children: Jeffrey Thomas and Lisa Christine.

Publications

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Booher has written 46 books on business and personal development topics. The LA Times found The New Secretary offered a few useful tips but nothing new. Reviewing Your Signature Work, Publishers Weekly criticized its use of a "hackneyed analogy" between life and basketball, but said it offers "good advice". Fort Worth Star-Telegram called E-Writing "user-friendly" in a favorable review. Her most recent book, What More Can I Say? Why Communication Fails and What to Do About It, was published in 2015 and has been discussed in articles in Forbes, TLNT.com, and Huffington Post.

References

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