Skill With People by Les Giblin

Skill With People

By Les Giblin

  • Release Date: 1968-01-01
  • Genre: Business & Personal Finance
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Description

Are you having problems with the boss? Wishing you could be a better spouse? Not communicating well with your employees? Having trouble building business relationships? Or would you just like to improve your people skills and your ability to make strong, lasting impressions on the men and women you meet every day?
The solution is "Skill With People!"

Les Giblin's timeless classic has what you need to get on the fast track to success at home, at work, and in business. Communicate with impact. Influence with certainty. Listen with sensitivity. "Skill With People" shows you how!

Les Giblin has conducted more than 1,000 "Skill With People" seminars for hundreds of companies and associations, including Mobil, General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, Caterpillar, Blyth Eastman Dillon, Retail Jewelers of America, PGA, National Association of Insurance Agents, plus hundreds of sales and marketing clubs and hundreds of top stores. Les Giblin was 1965 National Salesman of the Year. His book "Skill With People" has sold over 2,000,000 copies, while his other book, "How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing With People," has sold over 700,000 copies. He has authored three bestselling handbooks. Les Giblin's audiovisual programs are widely used. One association enrolled 5,000 people in his "Skill With People" seminar--another company put 7,000 people through his "Better Selling" program. Les Giblin's track record and his hundreds of thousands of enthusiastic seminar participants and readers attest to his effectiveness as a top teacher of skill with people.

Les Giblin was 1965 National Salesman of the Year.

His book "Skill With People" has sold over 2,000,000 copies, while his other book, "How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing With People," has sold over 700,000 copies. He has authored three bestselling handbooks.

Les Giblin's audiovisual programs are widely used. One association enrolled 5,000 people in his "Skill With People" seminar--another company put 7,000 people through his "Better Selling" program.

Les Giblin's track record and his hundreds of thousands of enthusiastic seminar participants and readers attest to his effectiveness as a top teacher of skill with people.

Reviews

  • Good Focus Read

    4
    By JBoomer89
    Very insightful, sharp and to the point.
  • Powerful messages

    5
    By XToysoldier
    This book is really powerful and has some valuable knowledge on skills with people. Worth the 5$ ! Applied knowledge is power !
  • Skill with People

    5
    By TheScorpionKing91
    I found this book a tremendous follow up to reading Carnegie's how to win friends and influence everyone. This great little guide offers the universal principles of communicating with people. I believe the book is so compact and to the point that every word on every page matters. I honestly think that this is an awesome book if you want to have a good impression in front of others, make friends and influence people. Best book I have read so far on building and keeping relations.
  • Powerful!

    5
    By Hedge631
    Probably the best 5 bucks I’ve ever spent. Thank you Mr. Giblin for this nugget!
  • So simple...

    5
    By strubiedo
    yet so profound.
  • Really?

    1
    By RED FLAGGED
    This book shouldn’t really be a book. It passes off a bunch of opinions as facts and does little by way of supporting those opinions with the questions of why. For instance, when the author says “As long as you live, never forget that any fool can disagree with people”… Why is anyone who disagree’s with you suddenly a fool? Disagreement can take courage. Why is being agreeable always the correct way to be? Also “It is a key of life for you to realize that people are primarily interested in themselves and not in you”… Why? In what context? Who made the judgement call on that? Can you difinitively state that is 100% always the case? Why should you tell someone that this is a key of life? Who’s bar for success are you measuring against? Who says you define what success is? Using wording like “manuever people into” comes across as manipulative. Why would you advocate to manipulate people as a life strategy? These are the red flag questions and issues I have with spending about 10 minutes with this book.
  • Brief and to the Point

    5
    By Jeslynra
    Read through for 21 Days and become a master of handling people.
  • Skill with people

    5
    By Sara M PR
    Excellent, useful, love it
  • INCREDIBLE

    5
    By Art935
    Must read to improve YOUR quality of life!!!
  • Amazing!

    5
    By gfspartan
    This book is so amazing. It's amazing in its simplicity and straight forward message. I plan on reading this book 30 times in order for the message to really make an impact on my life. Thank you to Hector La Marque for suggesting that I read this book!

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