How to Win Friends And Influence People in the Digital Age
|Publisher||SIMON & SCHUSTER|
|Country of Origin||India|
A classic adaptation of a timeless self-help book for the new era, How To Win Friends And Influence People In The Digital Age does a wonderful job in inspiring confidence and breeding leaders. The book tries not to preach, but instead uses common sense and a sense of awareness about the world, to help people achieve their highest potential. The book acknowledges that times are changing and fast and management styles from yesteryear, however effective, do not hold up in this corporate and digital world. You need fresh ideas and perspectives, new visions and enigmatic leadership. All of this and much more is condensed into this pleasurable read that teaches you how to deal with people and organisations, on a micro and macro level. Learning how to make great first impressions, building trust and merit, how to usher in change sensitively, and simply engaging people better are just some of the important topics you will receive a better understanding in from How To Win Friends And Influence People In The Digital Age. This books was published by Simon & Schuster in 2012, and is available in paperback. Key Features: * This is an adaptation of the international bestseller, How To Make Friends And Influence People, recreated for the modern age and the modern mind. About The Author: Dale Carnegie is a popular American writer and lecturer, who spent a lifetime developing courses and modules designed to help people in various facets in their lives. His expertise extended to useful domains such as self-improvement, corporate training, public speaking, and leadership skills. His most famous works include How To Win Friends And Influence People and Lincoln The Unknown. The former gained him worldwide acclaim and recognition. Dale Carnegie and associates are the authors of this book.