• Par Pete Martin, Nataly Meyers
  • Lu par Sam Bogart
  • 2 h 19 min
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Résumé de l'éditeur

Interpreting people by understanding the verbal and non-verbal cues they give us can provide something beyond a superficial reading of their behavior. Adding psychology to a sociological analysis of human behavior provides a broader, deeper pool of information, especially when seen through the lens of communication. When we're able to interpret people where they stand, it's possible to exploit the information they freely offer and steer them toward our desired outcome.
While manipulation may have a bad name, it's not always a bad thing. Sometimes being able to manipulate people can lead to desirable outcomes for all involved. The trick is to know how to achieve this effect without those you're manipulating catching on.
In this book you will learn:

How the term manipulation can be deciphered
What leads people to manipulate others into doing things a certain way
How to manipulate in the real sense of the term using body language and communication
The role of verbal and non-verbal communication in manipulation
Improve communication skills to improve your manipulation skills
Neuro Linguistic Programming and its role in manipulation
NLP to master the art of manipulation
How to be tactical in order to secure a win
Common mistakes to avoid
The psychology of influence and manipulation
Applying social manipulation<


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  • Date de publication : 02-12-2016
  • Éditeur : Open Spirit Publishing, LLC