Providing tools for successful face-to-face communications and the techniques for applying them, this book gives practical tips, advice, examples and diagnostic self tests. The book shows how to put yourself across in every major business situation.
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Jack Griffin argues that it's vital to sell yourself--and your ideas--every day. In How to Say It at Work: Putting Yourself Across with Power Words, Phrases, Body Language and Communication Secrets, he offers practical advice for making your case whether your target is a supervisor, colleague, subordinate, client, vendor, or lender. Part 1 has a self-test for evaluating your current skills and also includes a toolkit for improving your overall communication at work. Part 2 lists specifics for dealing with key individuals and includes helpful (and harmful) words, phrases, body-language strategies and other techniques that can help you be a better communicator at work. --Howard RothmanAbout the Author:
Jack Griffin, Writer and communication expert, is also the author of several books including How to Say It Best. Griffin is a consultant to small businesses, entrepreneurs, cultural institutions, and publishers.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0132425467
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