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Would You Like to Achieve Greater Success in Business?
Do you know how the challenges in today’s business environment affect your ability to build, nurture and develop lasting connections with staff, employees, vendors and customers? Would you like to know Five Secrets that can really make a difference for you and those you work with?
Now Corinne Gregory, leading authority on social skills, character and winning personal development, removes the mystery in It's Not Who You Know, It's How You Treat Them: Five SocialSmarts Secrets Today’s Business Leaders Need to Stand Out and be Successful and shows you how to increase YOUR "social capital" to gain greater success.
Some of what you'll learn in this book are:
- It’s all about Attitude: Cultivating the Power of Respect.
- Perception IS Reality: Making a Winning First Impression.
- Turning “What’s in it for ME?” into “What’s in it for US?
- Five Simple Ways to Make Lasting Connections.
- Showing Appreciation as a valuable tool.
And, as a bonus, we'll show you how to survive some common Business-Social Situations including some tricks for starting and developing conversations.
Available and shipping NOW, you can get a copy this book and unlock the skills you need to achieve more, build better relationships with customers, vendors, employees and anyone in your business circle.
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"In my work I teach that people are only about six inches away from success -- the space between their ears. Your attitude is the key, and how you treat others in your quest for success is equally important. Corinne Gregory has managed to capture the essene of how others need to be treated by you if you wish for them to be part of your (and their) success. It's a small book, but packs a powerful and necessary message: "It's Not Who You Know, It's How You Treat Them." That is a great attitude to live by.
- James Malinchak, Co-Author, Chicken Soup for the College Soul, "2-Time College Speaker of the Year," Founder, www.BigMoneySpeaker.com
“We learn early in life that relationships are the key to getting what we want. Unfortunately, we often forget this principle once we become adults. Corinne Gregory’s ‘It’s Not Who you Know…’ approach reminds us that we get what we give, and will get more when we give more. It is the win/win defined, but she uniquely explains how it is really a ‘win/win/win’ as the sum of a great relationship goes well beyond the individual value to each participant.”
- "Craig Duswalt, Speaker, author and Creator of the RockStar System for Success
"I have had the privilege of representing my company in many deal negotiations with suppliers, customers, and employees here at home and in Europe and Asia. Without question, the very best business deals are those where we would be just as happy to exchange places with the party across the table. “It’s Not Who You Know, It’s How You Treat Them” details how to realize the most productive dealings with everyone our from closest colleagues to first-time encounters with new business prospects. Practical experience proves that consistently applying the principles and practices described are at the root of all successful organizations. Whether you have instinctively subscribed to them, or are looking to advance your management skills “It’s Not Who You Know, It’s How You Treat Them” is well worth reading."
— John M. Fluke, Jr., Chairman Fluke Capital Management and former Chairman and CEO, FLUKE Corporation
“Corinne Gregory provides Five SocialSmarts Secrets in her new book: It's Not Who You Know, It's How You Treat Them.
The perfect starting place for Business people who want to become stand-out leaders. This book provides the alternative to what now is considered mainstream communication, brings us back to basics and actually engages techniques that can be utilized in your business right now. This enlightening and easy read follows up each chapter with some viable action steps that will help you fine-tune your way to Success!
I found "It's not who you know" to be a perfect length for a quick read, yet packed with useful information. With a logical sequence and easy to follow writing style, it presents valuable life and business lessons in an informal yet articulate way. Perfect for finishing in just a night or two, or over a weekend. Great Job!"
- Roger Stark, Health Care Policy Analyst, the Washington Policy Center