“Unlock the Power of Skills with People – Bridging the Gap Between Generations of Communication.”Surajit Roy
Do you want to be successful and happy in life? Have you ever wondered what it takes to achieve both? In his book, “The Art of Dealing with People,” author Les T Giblin offers a comprehensive and practical guide on how to live a successful and fulfilling life. Through structured chapters, he explains how to handle interpersonal relationships, how to be mindful of your actions, how to develop your communication skills, and how to achieve a balance between success and happiness. In essence, this book will provide you with the knowledge and tools to transform your life and live a meaningful and fulfilling life.
|Book Title||The Art Of Dealing With People|
|Book Genres||Non Fiction|
About The Author
Les Giblin’s most popular book was released in 1972, titled – How To Have Confidence and Power in Dealing with People. In this book, he taught readers techniques on how to build trust with their peers and how to handle challenging situations. He also provided tips on how to stay positive in difficult conversations and how to handle criticism constructively. Les Giblin also wrote several other books, like The Power of Self-Confidence and The Magic of Believing in Yourself. His books have become so popular that they have been translated into multiple languages and have been adapted into several training courses.
Les Giblin was a firm believer in developing people skills and the power of positive thinking. He believed that with the right attitude and skills, one can achieve success in life. His books have been a source of inspiration and motivation to many people, teaching them how to have the confidence and power to tackle any challenge. Les Giblin passed away in 1989, but his books still remain popular and relevant today. His teachings have helped millions of people across the world to develop self-confidence and overcome their fears. Even today, his books serve as a beacon of light, providing guidance and hope to those seeking to make the most of their lives.
The Art Of Dealing With People by Les T Giblin is a comprehensive sourcebook that provides readers with the skills they need to develop successful relationships with others. Through simple, easy-to-follow language and techniques, Giblin shows readers how to achieve their goals, handle the human ego, create a good impression, communicate effectively, develop an attractive personality, and convince others to see their point of view.
Giblin’s timeless message of making people skills essential for life has been embraced by generations of readers and remains relevant today, when impersonal communication is so prevalent. His books have sold millions of copies worldwide and continue to impact readers’ lives.
Thinking creatively about human relations.
Thinking creatively about human relations is essential for success in any endeavor. The ability to build 3* others and allows us to work together more efficiently and productively. Being able to think creatively about human relations is an invaluable tool for anyone who wants to get ahead and be successful in life.
Understanding the human ego.
Understanding the human ego is essential for any meaningful relationship. At its most basic level, the ego is motivated by a desire for approval, recognition, and belonging. The ego needs to be fed, nurtured, and appreciated in order to remain healthy and balanced. If the ego is neglected or ignored, it can become mean, demanding, and manipulative. A healthy ego allows us to be confident and secure in our relationships, while an unhealthy ego can lead to feelings of insecurity, jealousy, and resentment.
Making people feel important.
Making people feel important is an important part of being a good leader or colleague. It is important to think of others as important and to show them respect. It is important to create an environment where people don’t feel the need to compete with each other, but instead can work together as a team. It is also important to know when to give constructive criticism and when to give compliments in order to make people feel valued.
Controlling the actions and attitudes of others.
Controlling the actions and attitudes of others can be a difficult task, but it is possible with the right attitude. To do this, one must exude confidence in their actions and body language. This means walking confidently, shaking hands confidently, speaking in a moderate tone, and smiling often. Additionally, it is important to impute virtue and positivity in others, as this will help establish a positive environment that encourages collaboration and mutual respect. Taking these steps can help one effectively control the actions and attitudes of others.
Creating a good impression.
Creating a good impression is all about how you present yourself. It’s important to be genuine and authentic in order to make an impression that is lasting and positive. It’s important to dress appropriately and speak confidently. Avoid wearing a disguise or making negative comments about your competition. Instead, focus on your strengths, show respect, and be courteous. These small details will help you create a good impression that will last.
Developing an attractive personality.
Developing an attractive personality involves being kind and accepting of others, while also being true to yourself. It is important to be confident in yourself and be able to laugh at life’s little misfortunes. It is important to be able to make others feel good about themselves and to have meaningful conversations. It is also important to be able to accept, approve and appreciate others. Lastly, it is important not to try to be perfect and to not tease or be sarcastic. All of these qualities together can help you develop an attractive personality.
Learning to communicate effectively.
Learning to communicate effectively can be a difficult but rewarding task. It involves being able to express oneself with clarity and confidence, as well as understanding and empathizing with the needs of others. Effective communication also involves being able to listen carefully to others and to ask meaningful questions. With practice and open dialogue, effective communication can be developed and can result in stronger relationships, enhanced productivity and better problem solving.
Listening is a skill that is essential in any successful relationship or interaction. It requires paying close attention to the speaker, showing respect and understanding, and actively engaging with what is being said. Listening requires a certain level of empathy and attentiveness in order to really absorb the information being conveyed. When listening, it is important to focus on the speaker, make eye contact, and avoid distractions. Additionally, asking questions and repeating key points to ensure understanding can help to further solidify the conversation. Listening is a powerful tool that can build relationships and foster meaningful connections.
Convincing others can often be a difficult task, but if approached in the right manner, it can be relatively straightforward. To get the best results, it is important to be respectful and patient. Allow the other person to express their opinion and don’t be too pushy when stating your own. Speak through third parties and allow others to save face. Use words like ‘I felt the same way about it at first, until I ran across this information which changed the picture’. This helps to show that you are open to listening and can be flexible in the way you approach the conversation.
Giving praise is one of the most important gestures that we can make as humans. It is a great way to show appreciation and gratitude, and it can go a long way in fostering positive relationships. To give sincere and meaningful praise, it is important to speak up, thank people by name, look at them when you thank them, and work at thanking people when they least expect it. By making the effort to give sincere praise, we can make someone’s day and create a more positive environment for everyone.
Criticizing without offending.
Criticizing without offending involves being mindful of the person you are speaking to. It is important to remember to criticize the act rather than the person and to preface criticism with kind words. It is also important to not bombard someone with criticism, but instead break it down into one offence at a time and to supply the answer or solution. It is beneficial to ask for cooperation from the person you are addressing and to finish the conversation in a friendly fashion.
The Art Of Dealing With People by Les Giblin is an excellent book that teaches us the necessary skills to communicate effectively with others. It explains the scientific studies behind the success of interpersonal relationships, and it offers proven methods to help us improve our skills. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking to build stronger relationships with their peers and colleagues. With the help of this book, I am confident that you will be able to achieve success and personal happiness in your life.