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Parents, leaders, supervisors, friends, and others are tendered advice in encouraging the people around them in situations ranging from job dissatisfaction to loneliness
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Lewis Losoncy is an occupational psychologist by training and one of the most sought-after speakers in the nation. His books have been read by hundreds of thousands of people throughout North America and in Europe. Among the companies that he has consulted with are: Bristol-Myers, Squibb, L'Oreal, Dell Computers, Lucent Technolgies, and General Motors. The popular themes of his books -- encouragement, responsiblity, taking charge -- have their way into such media as The Wall Street Journal, Psychology Today, and Working Woman; he has appeared on CNN and CBS This Morning. He resides in Wyomissing, PA with his wife and daughter.Review:
"...helping people overcome their limitations, and willfully and courageously advance toward their dreams." -- Ed Rose, author 50 Ways to Teach Your Learner
"...we now have access to the secrets of what it takes to coach, counsel, parent, lead, and encourage...." -- Carol Hacker, author of How to Compete in the War for Talent
"If a school became an encouraging place...that school would light the fire in the hearts of its students." -- Dr. Richard Cahn, former Superintendent, Reading School District, PA
"If a school district decided to become an encouraging place and help every teacher to view him or herself as an encouraging person by reading "Turning People On," that school would light the fire in the hearts of its students." -- Dr. Richard Cahn, Former Superintendent, Reading School District, Pennsylvania and Adjunct Faculty, Kutztown University
"Thanks to Lew Losoncy we now have access to the secrets of what it takes to coach, counsel, parent, lead, and encourage even the most timid of the bunch. It's a must-read by anyone's standard." -- Carol Hacker, author of "The High Cost of Low Morale" and "The Costs of Bad Hiring Decisions & How to Avoid Them."
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Book Description Prentice Hall Trade, 1977. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110139332421
Book Description Prentice Hall Direct. Hardcover. Condition: New. 0139332421 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0960381