What To Say To Get What You Want: Strong Words For 44 Challenging Types Of Bosses, Employees…

Paperback | January 8, 1992

bySam Deep, Lyle Sussman, Samuel D. Deep

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Is your boss a “Perfectionist,” demanding flawless results? Do you have “Can-Do” employees who can’t deliver? Does a “Drain” siphon away your time? You can win cooperation from these people before they block your productivity. What to Say to Get What You Want provides the right words to motivate, convince, or soothe almost any personality.

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Two management experts show how to win cooperation from the people at work, using the practical approach that distinguished their business bestseller Smart Moves. Part One reveals the Ten Commandments of Change; Part Two maps out ways to deal with 40 difficult people

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Is your boss a “Perfectionist,” demanding flawless results? Do you have “Can-Do” employees who can’t deliver? Does a “Drain” siphon away your time? You can win cooperation from these people before they block your productivity. What to Say to Get What You Want provides the right words to motivate, convince, or soothe almost any personal...

Sam Deep is a consultant and trainer from Pittsburgh. Lyle Sussman, Ph.D., is Professor of Management at the University of Louisville. Their other books include Yes, You Can! (80,000 sold) and What to Say to Get What You Want (60,000 sold). The Sandler Sales Institute provides sales training through its national network of 180 affi...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.91 inPublished:January 8, 1992Publisher:Basic Books

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ISBN - 13:9780201577129

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Two management experts show how to win cooperation from the people at work, using the practical approach that distinguished their business bestseller Smart Moves. Part One reveals the Ten Commandments of Change; Part Two maps out ways to deal with 40 difficult people