One of America’s foremost authorities on networking reveals how you can connect with other people to realize business and life goals
Personal growth guru Stephen Covey calls George
Fraser a “masterful teacher.” TV host and journalist
Tony Brown calls him a “visionary with the rare combination of leadership and management skills.” And each year, tens of thousands of people attend his seminars and conferences to learn how to move beyond networking and start truly connecting to take their relationships to the next level. Fraser shares the insider secrets that will help you to tap into the richest resource on the planetother peopleto achieve goals and share your talents in business and in life.
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
George C. Fraser is Chairman & CEO of FraserNet, Inc., and one of the foremost authorities on networking and building effective relationships. A popular speaker and nationally recognized leader and innovator, he founded the PowerNetworking Conference, the nation's largest gathering of Black professionals, business owners, and community leaders, and is the author of Success Runs In Our Race: and Race For Success. He has been featured in such high profile print media outlets as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today and has made over 250 radio and TV appearances, including appearances on CNN Live, PBS, The Lou Dobbs Show, and Black Entertainment Television.
Table of Contents
Ten Truths for Connecting with People
1. Know Who’s on Your Side
2. Prune Your Relationship Tree Regularly
3. Trust First; Distrust Must be Earned!
4. Communicate with Your Heart
5. Always Give, Share, and Add ValueFirst!
6. Every Day is a Performance. Be Authentic.
7. Be Open to Everything. Attached to Nothing. The Best Ideas Win!
8. Treat Others as they Wish to be Treated
9. Make Peace, Not War, with Words
10. Pamper Your Relationships!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
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