The Art of Dealing With People

Author: Les Giblin

Publisher: Les Giblin Books


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 44

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What is the one quality that all successful people have in common? They have mastered the art of dealing with people! Let this book show you how to: Achieve your goals Handle the human ego Become a master conversationalist Make others feel good about themselves And much more! Skill with people is the one essential ingredient for success and happiness at home and in business. "The Art of Dealing With People" gives you the skills to take your people skills to a level that you never thought possible! Skill in human relations is similar to skill in any other field, in that success depends on understanding and mastering certain basic general principles. You must not only know what to do, but why you're doing it. As far as basic principles are concerned, people are all the same. Yet each individual person you meet is different. If you attempted to learn some gimmick to deal successfully with each separate individual you met, you would be face with a hopeless task. Influencing people is an art, not a gimmick. When you apply gimmicks in a superficial, mechanical manner, you go through the same motions as the person who "has a way," but it doesn't work for you. The purpose of this book is to give you knowledge based upon an understanding of human nature: why people act the way they do. The methods presented in this book have been tested on thousands of people who have attended my human relations seminars. They are not just my pet ideas of how you should deal with people, but ideas that have stood the test of how you must deal with people. That is, if you want to get along with them and get what you want at the same time. Yes, we all want success and happiness. And the day is long past, if it ever existed, when you could achieve these goals by forcing people to give you what you want. And begging is no better, for no one has respect for, or any desire to help, the person who constantly kowtows and literally goes around with his hand out, begging other people to like him. The one successful way to get the things you want from life is to acquire skill in dealing with people. Download now and you will learn how.

How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing with People

Author: Leslie T. Giblin

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Self-Help

Page: 192

View: 128

Taking a brass tacks approach to communication, How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing With People explains how to interact with others as they really are, not as you would like them to be. The goal is to get what you want from them successfully – be it cooperation, goodwill, love or security. Les Giblin, a recognized expert in the field of human relations, has devised a method for dealing with people that can be used when relating with anyone – parents, teachers, bosses, employees, friends, acquaintances, even strangers. Giblin shows step by step how to get what you want at any time and in ways that leave you feeling good about yourself. Moreover, the people who have given you want you want wind up feeling good about themselves, too. The result? Nobody gets shortchanged. It’s a win-win situation. Each chapter includes a handy summary, so there’s absolutely no chance of missing the book’s key points. You can also use these recaps to refresh your memory after you’ve finished the book. Instead of feeling miserable about your interpersonal skills, read this best-selling guide and learn to succeed with people in every area of your life.

Arising by People

The Artistic Science of Dealing with Others

Author: Advent AM Monyatsiwa

Publisher: Trafford Publishing


Category: Self-Help

Page: 150

View: 797

If you want to master the art of arising by people and making your dealings with people smooth, pleasant, and beneficial; or if you are looking for an exact science or an artistic way in which to solve the dilemma in relationships, heal your current problems, prevent probable future misunderstandings but also have the power to grow any relation, partnership, friendship, liaison, romance, and love affairs to maximum heights of love, joy, peace, harmony, and contentment, then look no further. This book presents the artistic science to you. Your sincere desire to make people feel important is the engine that supplies power to all your communication skills. The artistic skills of communication are the lightbulbs or outlets in which when your eagerness to communicate is supported by your genuine desire to make people feel important, then enough light will be produced to make your relationship with people a delightful experience! Without the understanding of this esoteric science, your efforts to deal with others will be powerless and your relationships will continue to be no more than shots in the dark. Yet with it, you will possess the power to arise by and with people effectively, efficiently, efficaciously, and effectually!

Don't Take It Personally

The Art of Dealing with Rejection

Author: Elayne Savage

Publisher: Open Road Media


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 240

View: 587

Who hasn’t felt the sting of rejection? It doesn’t take much for your feelings to get hurt—a look or a tone of voice or certain words can set you ruminating for hours on what that person meant. An unreturned phone call or a disappointing setback can really throw you off your center. It’s all too easy to take disappointment and rejection personally. You can learn to handle these feelings and create positive options for yourself. Don’t Take It Personally! explores all forms of rejection, where it comes from, and how to overcome the fear of it. Most of all, you’ll learn some terrific tools for stepping back from those overwhelming feelings. You’ll be able to allow space to make choices about how you respond. —Understand the effect that anxiety, frustration, hurt, and anger have on your interactions with others. —De-personalize your responses and establish safe personal boundaries that protect you from getting hurt. —Practice making choices about the thoughts you think and the ways you respond to stressful situations. —Understand and overcome fear of rejection in personal and work relationships. Elayne Savage explores with remarkable sensitivity the myriad of rejection experiences we experience with friends, co-workers, lovers, and family. Because her original ideas have inspired readers around the world, Don’t Take It Personally! has been published in six languages.

Software Management

Author: Donald J. Reifer

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Computers

Page: 548

View: 874

This Seventh Edition of Donald Reifer's popular, bestselling tutorial summarizes what software project managers need to know to be successful on the job. The text provides pointers and approaches to deal with the issues, challenges, and experiences that shape their thoughts and performance. To accomplish its goals, the volume explores recent advances in dissimilar fields such as management theory, acquisition management, globalization, knowledge management, licensing, motivation theory, process improvement, organization dynamics, subcontract management, and technology transfer. Software Management provides software managers at all levels of the organization with the information they need to know to develop their software engineering management strategies for now and the future. The book provides insight into management tools and techniques that work in practice. It also provides sufficient instructional materials to serve as a text for a course in software management. This new edition achieves a balance between theory and practical experience. Reifer systematically addresses the skills, knowledge, and abilities that software managers, at any level of experience, need to have to practice their profession effectively. This book contains original articles by leaders in the software management field written specifically for this tutorial, as well as a collection of applicable reprints. About forty percent of the material in this edition has been produced specifically for the tutorial. Contents: * Introduction * Life Cycle Models * Process Improvement * Project Management * Planning Fundamentals * Software Estimating * Organizing for Success * Staffing Essentials * Direction Advice * Visibility and Control * Software Risk Management * Metrics and Measurement * Acquisition Management * Emerging Management Topics "The challenges faced by software project managers are the gap between what the customers can envision and the reality on the ground and how to deal with the risks associated with this gap in delivering a product that meets requirements on time and schedule at the target costs. This tutorial hits the mark by providing project managers, practitioners, and educators with source materials on how project managers can effectively deal with this risk." -Dr. Kenneth E. Nidiffer, Systems & Software Consortium, Inc. "The volume has evolved into a solid set of foundation works for anyone trying to practice software management in a world that is increasingly dependent on software release quality, timeliness, and productivity." -Walker Royce, Vice President, IBM Software Services-Rational

The Not-for-Profit CEO

How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office

Author: Walter P. Pidgeon, Jr.

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 309

View: 666

Make your move toward the top Based on research conducted with the support of the AmericanSociety of Association Executives (ASAE) involving more than 100not-for-profit CEOs, as well as the author’s professionalbackground, The Not-for-Profit CEO serves as both anauthoritative reference guide and a practical workbook. In additionto sample tables, forms, and checklists, it offers case studies ofleading not-for-profit CEOs, complete with illuminating interviewsthat enable readers to understand and implement the proven stepsdestined to get them to the top seat of any not-for-profitorganization. Order your copy today!