Brilliant Body Language: Impress, Persuade and Succeed with the Power of Body Language Paperback – 21 Oct 2010
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From the Back Cover
Understand what people really think and feel from head to toe!
What is said is often not what is meant. Almost an astounding 70 per cent of communication is non-verbal! If you want to build rapport, create a positive impression and be an all-round effective communicator, Brilliant Body Language is essential for you to read between the lines.
Written by an international management psychologist, Brilliant Body Language will show you how to understand the intricacies of body language and how to maximise your interpersonal skills in all your relationships in life and at work.
Become skilled in body language how to read it, how to use it.
Be able to establish rapport and make a positive impact.
Control anxiety, exude confidence and much more!
'Entertaining, informative and seriously helpful in upgrading my radar and relationships.'
Jon Lawton, Executive/Career Management Coach, Ezek Talent Management
About the Author
Max Eggert is a psychologist and author. His recent books include The Best Job Search Book (Random House, 2000), Conflict Resolution (MPB, 2002), Perfect Interview Answers (Random House, 2006) and Body Language at Work (MPB, 2010).
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Top Customer Reviews
The book gives a good overview and some useful information, but if you have body language books already standing on your shelf, not really worth buying it unless you want to replace your books with one.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Shame it's out of print, because it sat so neatly in coat pockets, and made the best reading for job applicants while waiting for the right time to approach the reception desk. :-(
Whilst theoretically correct the book is very pragmatic and skills orientated to assist the reader develop competencies in the areas in which they may be weak or they might wish to strengthen.
For one's personal development this book is well worth the investment.