Subtext: Making Body Language Work in the Workplace

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Viking, 1991 - Body language - 242 pages
This book makes a science of intuition and puts it to work where it counts--o n the job. Fast, author of Body Language, shows that the subtext, the stream of communication running beneath the surface, is what makes that communication more effective. Subtext can help gain promotions, manange employees, and increase sales, by combining behavioral psychology and body language principles.

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SUBTEXT: Making Body Language Work in the Workplace

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Fast (What Should We Do About Davey?, 1988; Body Language, 1970, etc.) has little new to offer here, and the repackaged old ideas are padded out with anecdotes that often seem too exactly pertinent to ... Read full review

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Body language is a complex, culturally defined form of nonverbal communication. Fast, author of numerous popular books on body language ( Body Language , LJ 9/1/70; Body Language of Sex, Power, and ... Read full review



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Writer Julius Fast was born in Manhattan, New York in 1919. He received a bachelor's degree from New York University. He spent three years in the Army Medical Corps during World War II. While in the Army, he edited a collection of science fiction stories entitled Out of This World (1944) and wrote the mystery novel Watchful at Night (1945), which won the inaugural Edgar Allan Poe Award in 1946. He later wrote books dealing with pop psychology, health, relationships and other topics. His works include The Beatles: The Real Story (1968), Body Language (1970), You and Your Feet (1970), and The Body Language of Sex, Power and Aggression (1976). He died on December 16, 2008.

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