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From the PublisherJim Kouzes coauthor, The Leadership Challenge; and Chairman, The Tom Peters Group/Learning Systems
Delivers on its promise. You'll wish you followed Lucy Gill's three-step process years ago!
Robert M. Bramson, Ph.D.
author of the bestselling Coping with Difficult People
The methods in this book are unique. It is not a book about how to improve yourself of get along better with others. It is about how to get all those difficult people in your life to be more cooperative. I have used Lucy Gill's model with my clients and it works.
Keith Irwin managing partner, Tanner-Irwin Management consultants
This book is a barnburner: with concise, clear examples, simple steps, and no clutter or jargon. Don't let this book get buried on your "self-help" shelf.
Dr. Richard Fisch director and principal investigator of the Brief Therapy Center at MRI, in Palo Alto, CA
This book is a little gem. It's deceptive in its simplicity. Lucy Gill has managed to translate very new thinking about complicated problems into language that allows the reader to apply the concepts practically in the business world, and be light-years ahead.
Steven Brown former president of 800-Software
Lucy Gill worked as a consultant in my company and produced great results. She used her methods very productively for us, and I am glad she has written How to Work with Just About anyone. Her humorous and conversational style is like having her in my office again, kicking ideas around. This is a great book.
Paul Watzlawick emeritus clinical professor, Stanford University; member of the Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA
Anyone who's ever worked with a frustrating person should read this book. Step by step, Lucy Gill shows how to get even "impossible" people to change.
Roland Chazal industrial vice-president, Perrier Vittel, France
With humor and subtlety, Lucy Gill offers a practical method for addressing difficult problems and for successfully getting people to change, and gives you the tools and the confidence to find solutions. Using her methods, we effectively and efficiently resolved very tough conflicts in our company.