The Great Connection: A Story That Reveals Life's Most Vital Lesson: How to Connect with Others- Especially Yourself

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Pallium Books, 1997 - Personality assessment - 184 pages
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The Great Connection is for executives, salespeople, realtors, teachers -- anyone whose career success depends on connecting with other people. In its self-published edition, this fast-paced book changed the lives of thousands of readers with its simple message told through the tale of Bob Hathaway, a man in a career crisis.

Told in an engaging story format that is easy to grasp, The Great Connection goes beyond merely identifying personality styles and gives readers specific interview and connection techniques they can use immediately. The book reveals the effective and ineffective traits of each of the four behavioral styles; five interviewing techniques to help you identify anyone's personality style; and the actual words to use to really connect with someone.

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User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

An introduction to the four basic personality types conveyed in a narrative format. Not new material but worth reading if you learn through narrative rather than bullet points. If it wasn't a quick read I may have put it down and re-read Florence Littauer's Personality Plus. Read full review

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User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

Excellent and engaging story that grips me. I read the book in one sitting. So much I can use to improve my relationships. Excellent review of the personality types and interaction. Read full review

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