This is easily digestible and effective counsel with a sense of humour to help get the most out of your relationships with other people, both in and out of the workplace (PA Life, April 2013)
Offers simple guidelines for when you re struggling to communicate and influence someone in your life a great book with quick tips to pick up at the airport if you re off to a meeting with someone you just don t understand and would like to. (Supply Business, May 2013)
In this uplifting read, he gives advice on managing your expectations in social situations, how to better understand what makes other people tick, and building resilience to criticism (Healthy Magazine, May 2013)
McGee has provided a book of bite–sized wisdom and practical advice that will keep your management style in good shape. (Third Sector, June 2013)
From the Back Cover
BE A PEOPLE MAGNET
Ever wished you could persuade people more easily, have more constructive conversations or connect better with those around you?
Great interpersonal skills will give you a huge advantage in life. They can be the difference between getting ahead at work, getting your team on board with an idea or even getting along well with your family.
But dealing with others isn t always easy. Cue Paul McGee s simple tips and techniques showing you:
- Why being nice won t always work
- How to talk so people listen
- How to get others to give their best
- Why it s not always best to treat people as you want to be treated
- Ways to make criticism count not crucify
With brilliant bits of bite–size wisdom and memorable nuggets of inspiration, How to Succeed with Peoplewill help you to get on better in both your personal and professional life.
Paul s straight–talking, common–sense style is one to be applauded... take note of his words Jacqueline Gold, CEO, Ann Summers
Cuts to the heart of the people issues we all face in a clear, practical and concise way Haydn Roberts, Head of Player Care and Support, Manchester City Football Club
Profound, life enhancing messages, simply told with gentle humour Shay McConnon, Founder and CEO An Even Better Place to Work
To distil so much common sense and real ′can–use–now′ techniques into one very readable book is a masterpiece in itself Philip Hesketh, author of How to Persuade and Influence People