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We all play mental games. It is part of our humanity. You play games with your loved ones, your friends, and your employees. People also play games with you. We are usually unaware of the games that we are engaged in. If you are not mindful of the mental games that are going on around you, then the chances of you winning at these psychological interactions is left up to chance! The edge goes to the one who understands these games, and knows how to play and win! In the past four years, Jeff Compton, has worked with over 150,000 managers and supervisors world-wide in his research into the psychological interactions between managers and employees. In this ground-breaking book, Jeff exposes the mental games that we play and shows you how to win them all! No matter who you are, or what position you hold, learning to communicate your objectives into the mind of others will place you in the upper-echelon of what is considered a great manager. The secrets that reside within this book will help you achieve this plateau. Your use of these techniques will make you persuasive and effective. You will build productivity and increase the harmony of the workplace, where common managers fail to achieve results. You will become a champion of the games managers play! About the Author Jeff Compton is co-founder and CEO of Third Dimension Group, Inc. In the past four years he has conducted over a thousand seminars and programs to more than 150,000 managers and supervisors in most of the major companies and organizations in America. Jeff Compton teaches leaders how to successfully interact with their employees in a way that promotes harmony in the workplace but more importantly increases productivity. When managers and supervisors need answers they go to him. Jeff Compton is truly America's Management Go-To-GuyTM.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2013
    • Ano:  2013
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000603719772
    • ISBN:  9780977704132

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