Try to imagine what a wide range of opportunities in the field of personal and professional relationships will open before you when you learn to clearly explain. How much easier it will be to live if you express your thoughts to the boss, accountant, team member or parents in a more accessible form. Then they can put themselves in your place, accept your ideas and agree with your point of view. This is the purpose of the book. I want to help you and everyone around you learn to explain, because we are in dire need of it.
Empty looks – you’ve seen this before. Usually this is observed after 10 minutes, during which you tried to infect your enthusiasm audience (no matter, small or large), talking about some idea. But from the facial expressions of the audience it became clear: they did not understand anything. When this happens, the only way to move forward is to leave people behind. Continue reading
Any seller knows that a potential customer needs to be listened to to understand his needs, and in order to maintain long-term cooperation, you should put yourself in his place, speak at the same pace and with the same phrases. In other words, a successful business is based on a long-term relationship with customers. When you provide them with quality services, a contact is established between you. After disputes or discussions, you move to another level, realizing that you have been heard, understood and friendly towards you. A deep relationship is built on effective communications that build the loyalty of colleagues, subordinates and customers. Continue reading
“We spend the most time at work. And working experience should not be demotivating or unpleasant, ”said Laszlo Bock, Google’s vice president of human resources. This book is a manifesto that can change the way you work and look for employees.
Based on psychology and the latest developments in behavioral economics, examples from the experience of Google and small successful companies, Laszlo Bok tells how to create a company that is appreciated and listened to by employees, and in which they dream of working.
Why do instincts prevent us from being good recruiters and what to do to better recruit Continue reading