I wish I'd said that: how to talk your way out of trouble and into success
For anyone who's ever said, "I wish I hadn't said that;" or "I wish I'd said what I was really thinking;" this is for you. Based on the six styles of communication (noble, socratic, reflective, magistrate, candidate, senator), it shows you how to deal with difficult people who create stress and problems; how to influence your boss, colleagues and subordinates; and ultimately how to get the results you want. "Talking scenarios" reveal what it "sounds" like when people talk their way into or out of trouble. You'll also discover how to create the sound of success and deal with styles of people who communicate such as Woody Allen, Margaret Thatcher or Geraldo Rivera. Communication Style Profile Tests enable you to measure how effectively you communicate.
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|Grouping Title||i wish i d said that how to talk your way out of trouble and into success|
|Grouping Author||mccallister linda|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-04-04 01:13:55AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-05-27 01:47:56AM|
|available_at_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
|detailed_location_bemis||Bemis Lower Level|
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|owning_location_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
Success -- Psychological aspects
|title_display||I wish I'd said that : how to talk your way out of trouble and into success|
|title_full||I wish I'd said that : how to talk your way out of trouble and into success / Linda McCallister|
|title_short||I wish I'd said that|
|title_sub||how to talk your way out of trouble and into success|