In Body Language at Work, Peter Clayton helps the reader dramatically improve performance in many workplace situations by learning to read and manipulate non-verbal language. From the initial handshake to closing a deal, this book shows how to read the signs and make the right moves. Whether you want to learn how to deal with difficult people, spot buying signals or read changes in tactics during negotiations, Body Language at Work will make sure you read the signs and make the right moves!
Peter Clayton is a high-profile management trainer in the UK. His body language seminars for Sales Solutions and Training (which advises more than 5000 companies worldwide) are its most heavily subscribed.Review:
There are plenty of books about body language on the market but this is more clearly illustrated than most, which is obviously an important advantage when the power of first impressions is the principal theme. This one also describes in detail what you disclose about yourself before you open your mouth, just from the way you stand, sit and maintain your posture. But, again, where this book is different is in the clarity of presentation and the systematic treatment of what, in all that detail, can all too easily be a confusing and quite perplexing subject. In other words it promotes an understanding of body language without also promoting self-consciousness, and demonstrates through the language of book production how little of what we communicate is conveyed by what we have to say.
Descrizione libro Bounty Books, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0753721864