Fire Them Up!: 7 Simple Secrets to: Inspire Colleagues, Customers, and Clients; Sell Yourself, Your Vision, and Your Values; Communicate with Charisma and Confidence

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 16, 2010 - Business & Economics - 229 pages
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"Fire Them Up!" will give you the astonishing communication skills that will help you enjoy more successful and fulfilling relationships with colleagues, clients, employees, or anyone else in your personal or professional life. It is full of stories and tactics from some of the world's most influential people. More than two dozen of today's most inspiring business leaders share their secrets including men and women who run The Ritz-Carlton, Google, Travelocity, Cranium, Cold Stone Creamery, Gymboree, 24-Hour Fitness and many other big-name brands. The book reveals seven simple secrets distilled from the wisdom of leaders, entrepreneurs, and visionaries from different backgrounds, generations and industries. Together, they possess all the tools you need to transform yourself into an extraordinary, electrifying, and enthusiastic leader who communicates with power, passion, confidence and charisma!

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Excellent book on how to engage and motivate employees, partners, and investors through your vision. Read full review


Ignite Your Enthusiasm
Navigate the Way
Sell the Benefit
Paint a Picture
Chapter5 Invite Participation
Reinforce an Optimistic Outlook
Encourage Their Potential
Introduction Inspire Every Day in Every Office and
Inspired a Nation of Givers
Hottest Franchise in Town

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About the author (2010)

Carmine Gallo is a communications coach for the world's most admired brands. His client list includes Intel, Chase, Barclays, IBM, Nokia, and many others. He is an Emmy award-winning journalist and former anchor, host, and business correspondent for CNN, FOX, CNET, and CBS.

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