Personal Styles & Effective Performance
CRC Press, 1981. jan. 15. - 248 oldal
Tens of thousands of professionals have attended David W. Merrill's acclaimed "Style Awareness Workshops" The goal: improvement of interpersonal effectiveness skills-inspiring better communication, improved productivity, and a more harmonious working environment.
Students preparing for business, management, or sales careers can also benefit from Merrill's techniques, presented in Personal Styles & Effective Performance.
Merrill's approach emphasizes the interrelationships between behavior and social style-encouraging students to consider how their own actions influence responsiveness from others.
Those actions tend to be rooted in one of four primary social styles: Analytical, Amiable, Driving, and Expressive-which readers are invited to compare and contrast with their own styles, as a starting point for potential improvement.
First published in 1981, Personal Styles & Effective Performance continues to be a popular resource for the self-improvement minded. By learning its lessons now, tomorrow's business professionals can have the edge in interpersonal effectiveness-one of the most important facets of a successful career.
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Style at Work
Looking at It Objectively
Your Style and Other Styles
Who Controls Feelings Who Shows
No Best Style
The Extra Dimension
Putting Versatility into Social Style
Style in the Community and at Home
A Perspective on Style
The Social Style Profile
Más kiadások - Összes megtekintése
Gyakori szavak és kifejezések
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