NLP and the New Manager

NLP and the New Manager

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To: Managers, Entrepreneurs, Professionals Re: NLP and the New Manager Attached are all the tools and guidance you need to put Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) to work and master the 'soft skills' vital to today's New Manager. NLP is a new way of thinking about yourself and the world that helps you know what you want - and how to get it. Start managing upwards and take charge of your career path. Motivate yourself and others to achieve far more than ever before. Learn to use the key questions that trigger new thinking and fresh ideas. Acquire the skills that make giving feedback easier. Become more creative - and let NLP ensure your professional survival.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 169 pages
  • 128 x 196mm | 188g
  • Texere Publishing
  • Florence, United States
  • English
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 1587990989
  • 9781587990984
  • 2,002,169

About Ian McDermott

Ian McDermott is Director of Training for International Teaching Seminars, a leading NLP training organisation. Ian Shircore has studied the evolution of the New Manager at close quarters, in the course of many big-company consultancy projects.
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Table of contents

1. New managers, new skills 2. Key elements of NLP for business 3. Managing upwards 4. Managing your career path 5. Motivating 6. Getting your own way 7. Giving feedback, taking criticism 8. Resource management 9. Remote management 10. Leading, chunking and delegating 11. Catalysts for creativity 12. The power of benchmarking 13. Expect the unexpected 14. Where to next?
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