A funny, practical guide on how to listen effectively. The book identifies listening barriers and explains effective techniques for overcoming barriers to listening. It deals with listening at work, being interviewed, how to deal with difficult people and difficult listening situations. It outlines techniques for handling discussions and arguments and handling problem personalities in groups and meetings and a garden variety of listening situations.
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Charles Page is a retired attorney, writer and community volunteer. He has served on a large variety of state and local non-profit boards and elective offices. He has received numerous awards for writing photography and community service.Review:
"The book covers situations from being interviewed or conducting an interview to handling problem personalities in groups and meetings." -- Bob Walch, The Monterey County Herald, February 9, 2003
"The book is full of wisdom and wit. You will laugh as you marvel at why we don't listen." -- Margot Petit Nichols, The Carmel Pine Cone, December 13, 2002
"This is a must read for anyone that deals with people in any shape or form in business or life." -- Dan Miller, The Pacific Grove Press, January 5, 2004
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Book Description Park Place Publications, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1877809969
Book Description Park Place Publications, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111877809969