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How can you improve your listening skills? This direct, step-by-step guide for interpersonal communication skills is a necessary read for people who communicate in professional contexts, such as managers, supervisors, and executives in any business or professional arena. From the Back Cover This concise, practical book is written for you if you want a guide for improving your business interactions and relationships. This chapter reviews techniques for gude questions to elicit the kind of response you want, as well as how to respond effectively to questions. Read more Read less. You want to improve your relationship with your boss but have a hard time feeling at ease.

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About this title Brief, practical, and reader-friendly, this is a handy guide for improving your business interactions and relationships. It offers step-by-step recommendations for approaching such common interactions as interviewing, negotiating, and conducting performance appraisals. This direct, step-by-step guide for interpersonal communication skills is a necessary read for people who communicate in professional contexts, such as managers, supervisors, and executives in any business or professional arena.

From the Back Cover: This concise, practical book is written for you if you want a guide for improving your business interactions and relationships. How can you improve your interviewing effectiveness-both as an interviewer and an interviewee?

How can you create more comfortable interactions with your boss? How can you become a better negotiator? How can you deliver feedback while maintaining a good relationship? How can you ask effective questions to elicit the kind of response you want? How can you prepare for and structure better performance appraisals? How can you improve your listening skills? Brief: summarizes key ideas only Practical: offers clear, straightforward tools you can use Reader-friendly: provides an easy-to-skim format Excerpt.

All rights reserved. What can you do differently? You need to deliver difficult feedback to a valued colleague. How can you do that without damaging the relationship? Although you spend significant amounts of time on the phone with clients, you never seem to gather the information you need.

How can you ask questions differently to achieve better results? You want to improve your relationship with your boss but have a hard time feeling at ease. How can you adjust your behavior to create more comfortable interactions? You need to hire several new people to build your department. How can you approach the interviewing process to increase your chances of choosing the people with the best skills for the jobs, as opposed to the most comfortable conversationalists?

You have to negotiate a new contract with a challenging vendor and feel intimidated by the idea. How can you prepare for the negotiation?

You feel uncomfortable about conducting performance appraisals for your staff and are unsure about how to approach the interactions. How can you plan the sessions? You want to improve your business relationships and want ideas on how to manage your behavior to facilitate interactions. You want to evaluate your interpersonal skills in anticipation of professional advancement: how can you hit the ground running for more challenging interactions like interviews, negotiations, or conducting performance appraisals?

Read this book on its own, or use it as a reference when taking a professional course, college course, workshop, or seminar. Specifically, the book will Offer step-by-step recommendations for approaching common interactions like interviewing—from the perspective of both the interviewer and the interviewee—negotiating, and conducting performance appraisals.

They have found other texts in these areas too long, too theoretical, or too anecdotal for their needs. See the inside front cover of this book for more information on the series. This book summarizes key ideas only. Culling from thousands of pages of text and research, we have omitted bulky examples, cases, footnotes, exercises, and discussion questions.

Practical: This book offers clear, straightforward tools you can use. It includes only information that you will find useful in a professional context.

Reader friendly: We have tried to provide an easy-to-skim format using a direct, matter-of-fact, and nontheoretical tone. Listening: The cornerstone for building an interpersonal relationship is to listen effectively: using attending, following, and reflecting skills, and avoiding barriers to listening.

Feedback: Delivering feedback can be a challenge. This chapter explains how to do it in a way that will help you to deliver feedback directly while maintaining your relationship with the other person.

The chapter also gives tips on how to receive feedback from others. Questioning and Responding: How you ask questions can either encourage conversation or discourage longwindedness.

This chapter reviews techniques for wording questions to elicit the kind of response you want, as well as how to respond effectively to questions. IV Social Styles: Understanding how to identify and interact with people of different styles will help to improve your relationships. Part II: Application Opportunities This section applies the building block skills covered in Part I to three specific interactions in the business world: interviewing, negotiating, and conducting performance appraisals.

V Interviewing: This chapter covers the steps you follow in preparing for an interview, engaging in an interview, and following up after an interview-from the perspective of both the interviewer and the interviewee. Negotiating: How to determine your strategy for a negotiation and how to conduct yourself during the negotiation for best results are covered in this chapter.

Performance Appraisals: Performance appraisals should be used as coaching opportunities whenever possible. This chapter covers how to prepare for a performance appraisal, and how to structure a session.

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About this title Brief, practical, and reader-friendly, this is a handy guide for improving your business interactions and relationships. It offers step-by-step recommendations for approaching such common interactions as interviewing, negotiating, and conducting performance appraisals. This direct, step-by-step guide for interpersonal communication skills is a necessary read for people who communicate in professional contexts, such as managers, supervisors, and executives in any business or professional arena. From the Back Cover: This concise, practical book is written for you if you want a guide for improving your business interactions and relationships. How can you improve your interviewing effectiveness-both as an interviewer and an interviewee? How can you create more comfortable interactions with your boss?

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It offers step-by-step recommendations for approaching such common interactions as interviewing, negotiating, and conducting performance appraisals. This direct, step-by-step guide for interpersonal communication skills is a necessary read for people who communicate in professional contexts, such as managers, supervisors, and executives in any business or professional arena. Isaac on Sep 23, If you are in business, you need to read this book. As a manager and business owner, I regard this Guide to be an essential part of my library.

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