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As a business leader, imagine if you could almost always tell when people were lying to you, or if you could successfully persuade colleagues, workers, or bosses to always go along with your ideas.
The truth is, you can. All you need is the right knowledge and the basic human powers of perception.
In Executive Power, author and Ph.D. David Lieberman gives you the same techniques and strategies of persuasion that are used by the FBI, the U.S. military, mental health professionals, professional negotiators, and leading business executives from major corporations. Loaded with carefully formulated psychological tactics that you can apply to any person or any situation, Executive Power gives you the ability to get what you need when you need it. More than just strategies or principles, these are solutions to your business problems that will give you a built-in advantage over the competition when you discover how to:
When the stakes are this high, can you really afford not to have every tool at your disposal? Executive Power gives you the ultimate tools for running your business.
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Good book, bad reader
Please hire a professional to read the text next time you write a book, it's very irritating to have to listen to someone that has a poor reading voice for a whole book.
5 people found this helpful
in my mind
i like it but i wish it was read a bit more slowly as sometimes the concepts are complex and need reflexion, anyway it is in my mind to re listen to it again.
I DID love the voice so.
and the content as well
3 people found this helpful
I really wanted to like this book, but...
What would have made Executive Power better?
Decent production quality and a proper narrator, and a less convoluted, psycho-babble filled narrative...
What could David J. Lieberman have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Hired a narrator and decent tech people and actually SAID something.
How could the performance have been better?
Better production values and a trained narrator.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
1 person found this helpful