Axis of Influence: How Credibility and Likeability Intersect to Drive Success
Why do people like you, or trust you? Why do they hire you, or follow you? This book shows that it's all in your Likeability and Credibility qualities. Lovas and Holloway explore and expose these qualities, and show you how to systematically improve both. If you want to improve your results with people, you need to understand how those people perceive you. That's where Likeability and Credibility become vital to you. This is a must-read for every professional interested in achieving greater success! Michael Lovas and Pam Holloway are authors of several popular programs and books including, "Face Values: How to read people and adjust your presentation to connect with them in less than three minutes!" Find more of their fascinating resources at www.aboutpeople.com.
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I've done a preliminary review of this new book by our friend Michael Lovas, and I plan on recommending it to my professional affiliates. We've been talking in our business about how best to ... Read full review
Why Are Credibility Likeability Important to You?
The Process Trust + Likeability + Credibility Influence
The Trust Detector
The Attractiveness Effect
What Is Likeability?
How to Become More Likeable
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