21 easy ways to gain more confidence with and get the most out of dealing with other people.
Self-confidence is indispensable to success in all areas of life. And, as author Paul McGee shows in this fun, fast-paced guide, an indispensable prerequisite to improving self-confidence is improving your ability to talk to people—all people, in every situation. In How to Succeed with People, McGee arms you with twenty-one simple, proven methods for quickly building your communication muscle. Packed with priceless insights, expert advice and skill-building exercises, it gets you quickly up and running with the skills you need to communicate effectively with bosses, team members, customers, family, friends, neighbors . . . even complete strangers.
About the Author
Features a down-to-earth, approachable style brimming with Paul McGee's trademark wit and good humour
Fills you in on the reasons why people behave the way they do in different situations and how to use that knowledge to improve your ability to deal with anybody, anywhere, anytime
Organized around common scenarios depicting situations in which better communication could have led to more positive outcomes
Covers communications in an array of contexts, including work, home and community, team leading, networking, conflicts and negotiations, classrooms and seminars and many more
Paul McGee is one of Europe's leading motivational speakers and coaches, where he combines practical strategies with both inspiration and realism. He has spoken in 31 countries to date and is the author of seven books. The proud creator of SUMO (Shut Up, Move On), his simple yet profound messages have spread across the glove both in public and private sector organisations. More recently his ideas have been developed for young people under the banner of SUMO4Schools.
Building on his academic background in behavioural and social psychology, Paul is also a trained counsellor, a performance coach and a Fellow of the Institute of Sales and Marketing Management. His aim is simple - "I want to help people achieve better results in life and have more fun in the process.
This is easily digestible and effective counsel with asense of humour to help get the most out of your relationships withother people, both in and out of the workplace (PA Life,April 2013) Offers simple guidelines for when you re strugglingto communicate and influence someone in your life a greatbook with quick tips to pick up at the airport if you re offto a meeting with someone you just don t understand and wouldlike to. (Supply Business, May 2013) In this uplifting read, he gives advice on managingyour expectations in social situations, how to better understandwhat makes other people tick, and building resilience tocriticism (HealthyMagazine, May 2013) McGee has provided a book of bite-sized wisdom andpractical advice that will keep your management style in goodshape. (Third Sector, June 2013)