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PeopleSmart: Developing Your Interpersonal Intelligence
Release Date: June, 2000
Everyone is in the people business, because all of us deal with other people all the time. Thats why its smart to reap the benefits of this eminently practical guide. PeopleSmart details the eight essential skills of interpersonal intelligence and provides a powerful plan for becoming more effective in every relationship -- with supervisors, coworkers, a spouse, family and friends. The authors present a realistic four-step plan for self-improvement. Theyll teach you to see the current depth of each skill in yourself, encourage you to develop it, provide clear suggestions for how to put it into action, and inspire you to live it every day. Nothing short of an interpersonal fitness plan ? complete with creative exercises, examples, and tools -- PeopleSmart will empower you to become the kind of person who can establish solid relationships, connect with others, and effectively link the their needs with what you have to offer. "As e-commerce ?commoditizes the world, PeopleSmart is the preeminent intelligence. Seldom do you see scholars become this practical! Theoretically sound. Well researched. Very reader friendly!" -- Stephen Covey, author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
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Posted by Chris Ferris on 9/23/2000
Having read other books by Dr. Silberman, I was excited to see the latest book PeopleSmart. PeopleSmart provides useful ways to develop interpersonal skills that are essential in the workplace. I gained insight into my own style and the ways I can begin to enhance my interactions with others both in my personal life and professionally. The arrangement of the material made it easy to absorb and immediately apply to my life. The book is a valuable resource given that interpersonal skills are so essential.
Something for Absolutely Everyone
Posted by Leslie Brunker on 9/1/2000
I am a teacher on Communication Skills, and Peoplesmart is the best resource out there. It is well-organized and easy to use. It is not a passive book, but gets the reader actively involved in learning and practicing effective people skills. It's a fabulous resource for the workplace, but also has applications for home and personal relationships. I have never met anyone who couldn't use tips for resolving conflicts, expressing oneself, and influencing others. This book is great on its own, or can be combined with the workshops offered to really bring home these tremendous people skills, communications, and interaction effectivenenss. Everyone should have this resource, not on their shelf, but in their hands!