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Perfect People Skills

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Perfect People Skills helps you to deal with other people effectively and how to be aware of your own behaviour too. Differences of direction and motivation, personality, ethnic group, gender, class and ability can all bring problems, as well as those challenges presented by 'difficult types'. The author provides some powerful ideas for preventing people problems, resolv ...more
ebook, 160 pages
Published October 31st 2011 by Cornerstone Digital (first published August 7th 2003)
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Magdamaz
It was OK, but it was not ground-breaking. Easy to read and there was some useful knowledge. Big plus: short and concret :)
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