Mastering personal and interpersonal skills / Peter F. Haddon.

by Haddon, Peter FLooking glass.

Series: Masters in management series: Publisher: London : Thorogood, [1999]Description: 287 pages : illustrations, forms ; 21cm.ISBN: 9781854180681; 1854180681; 9781854181060; 1854181068.Subject(s): Self-actualization (Psychology)Looking glass | Success in businessLooking glassNote: Originally published as: Be the best you can. - Jeppestown, South Africa : Delta Books, 1996.Alternative form: Electronic version: 9781854185587; Electronic version: Mastering personal and interpersonal skills 9781854185587
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This book shows the reader how to make the most of their abilities and achieve their full potential. Taking a practical approach to managing change, personal development, achievement and fulfilment, it concentrates on those interpersonal skills that lead to successful decision making and effective personal management.

Originally published as: Be the best you can. - Jeppestown, South Africa : Delta Books, 1996.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 Using your true potential Left and right brain congruency
  • Right versus left brain
  • Desire Habits Mind maps
  • Autogenic conditioning
  • Imagination and willpower
  • Your subconscious mind
  • Summary Activity 1 Autogenic conditioning
  • Chapter 2 How to set your goals in life
  • The subconscious mind Values ""Why am I here?""
  • ""Where am I?""
  • ""Where do I want to be?""
  • Goal setting procedure
  • Rules for goal setting
  • Changing goals Pain and pleasure associations
  • Summary Activity 2 Identifyin

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