The Power of Persuasion: Improving Your Performance and Leadership Skills

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Kogan Page, 1992 - Communication in management - 189 pages
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The Power of Persuasion helps readers to discover how effective and skilful they are in persuading others, then explains how to improve persuasive skills to achieve whatever is required. It describes how leadership and team-playing are equally important. The role of persuasion in successful leadership is a central theme of this book.

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Rupert Eales-White runs two consultancies, both of which are concerned with training and development. An experienced practitioner and writer, he is an expert on leadership, team building, change management and interpersonal skills.

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