Learn to be a people person with international bestselling author Paul McGee! Let's face it, if you want any sort of success in life you re going to have to deal with other people at some point. All success requires input from other people even if you've invented something in your bedroom, eventually, you're going to need to interact with people to take it to the next level. And even if you don t desperately hanker after success, you surely want to be liked, have friends, get on well with people? Learning how to better communicate and interact with others can really help to improve your life from ensuring you enjoy parties more to turning you into a roaring success magnet. So whether you dread social events with a passion and spend evenings cringing in a corner, or just want to have better relationships at work and in life, then How to Succeed With People, written in Paul s characteristic down to earth, approachable style, can help you become a people magnet.
Learn how to: * Hold people s attention when you talk * Listen and react properly to what others are saying or doing * Better confront, complain and deal with difficult conversations * Give compliments and praise * Deal with interviews, networking events, difficult conversations and more * And much more
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Number of pages: 216
Weight: 286 g
Dimensions: 212 x 147 x 17 mm
This is easily digestible and effective counsel with a sense of humour to help get the most out of your relationships with other people, both in and out of the workplace (PA Life, April 2013) Offers simple guidelines for when you re struggling to communicate and influence someone in your life a great book with quick tips to pick up at the airport if you re off to a meeting with someone you just don t understand and would like to. (Supply Business, May 2013) In this uplifting read, he gives advice on managing your expectations in social situations, how to better understand what makes other people tick, and building resilience to criticism (Healthy Magazine, May 2013) McGee has provided a book of bite-sized wisdom and practical advice that will keep your management style in good shape. (Third Sector, June 2013)