How to Save Weeks of Time, Stress and Trouble By Treating People Well:
What to do or say to get people on your side, working with you
e-Report No. 17, ISBN 1 901810 06 2
Get people on your side and working with you and do things done better, quicker and easier.
Yet, how many times have you seen people working against this simple but deep principle?
Perhaps you haven’t thought of time management in this way before. It’s such a pity to see people wasting so much time because they don’t know they’re upsetting people. If they do know, they don’t care. This is because they’re unaware of the tremendous waste of time that happens when you treat people badly.
In this Special Report, you’ll find brilliant suggestions for avoiding people-problems that will consume weeks of your time, give you truckloads of stress and cause tons of trouble.
Isn’t it strange, sometimes we miss the most obvious things until they’re pointed out to us? We’ll start with some everyday examples of time management problems caused by not treating people well and then we’ll look at four difficult people situations and how to deal with them so they don’t turn into gigantic, time-wasting problems.
This e-Manual contains the equivalent of a full one-day course on interpersonal skills that would cost £475, per person to attend – not to mention travel time and time away from the office. So, at £17.97 (excluding VAT) this Special Report is brilliant value.
Guarantee. My promise: if for any reason you’re not fully satisfied with the simple but powerful techniques you will learn to rescue your time from “difficult people” problems, simply return it at ANY TIME for a full no-quibble refund.
|Table of Contents|
|Section 1||Seven Everyday Examples of Time Management Problems caused by Not Treating People Well|
|Section 2||Treating people with respect as a brilliant time management technique|
|Section 3||Rescuing Weeks and Months of your Time by Treating People Well – even in Difficult Circumstances|
|3.1||Situation One: dealing with personal problems|
|3.2||Situation Two: dealing with a difficult boss|
|3.3||Situation Three: dealing with a difficult employee|
|3.4||Situation Four: dealing with a difficult colleague|
|Relax – you are in control|
|Being respectful and fair does not mean giving in to unreasonable demands.|
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