Every manager has to influence others more, as we change from command and control management to a more empowered work force. In this programme you will explore the preparation and techniques which enable you to be a powerful and ethical influencer. You will add to that, the skills for handling negotiations so that both sides feel they have gained and come to win...win.
A Guide to Better Management is a collection of 12 titles based on neuro linguistic programming. This is an approach which can be applied to many business issues and helps you discover your own excellence - a series that can work for everyone, from the shop floor to board level.
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As the other reviews have indicated this was not a good listen. Can't recommend, other management books would be better.
Tiresome, monotone and boring. Incomplete and likely to stay that way. This review asks for 25 words which is the only reason I've carried on typing. There is a lot better out there to spend your money on.
Like the previous reviewer, I am not sure which NLP techniques were used by the author. She discusses it in the beginning but doesn't seem to make links later. There are a couple of useful points in the audio, but definitely not worth the asking price.
If this book was a free pod cast I would have considered it quite interesting. It is an expensive very short audio book which I consider to be a complete waste of money. The narrator spoke slowly to pad it out to 54 minutes and there was around 6 minutes of what the book was about. A lot of it was called common sense and the reference to NLP mislead me. I've bought other NLP audio books from this site which have been excellent, the comparison should be embarassing to the author and publisher. If only you could get refunds.
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