secrets of successful human relations.
This direct, easy-to-understand book contains
pithy, ready-to-apply lessons on how to work smoothly and successfully with
other people. Sparkling with brilliance and humour, it is a treasure-trove for
“managers and executives at all levels.”
'If a job is well done, say so. People will not
take advantage of praise. They'll only strive to do better.'
an audience of one person is one too many; if you want to tick off anyone, make
sure no one else is around.'
people are in the know, if you take them into confidence, it makes for good
snoopervise... incessant checking and constant questioning only upsets and
human relations is not just one chapter of the text book on Management. It's the