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    Gestures: the Do's And Taboos of Body Language Around the World

    As featured in the New York Times and Reader's Digest 'An eye-opener into the pitfalls awaiting the unaware traveler.' -Washington Post 'Can save the innocent abroad from great gobs of serious trouble.' -Chicago Tribune Before you raise your hand to signal the waiter, extend your thumb to hitchhike, or flash the 'O.K.' sign with thumb and forefinger, Stop! Think of where you are and exactly what you are trying to say-otherwise you could create an international incident. Remember when President Bush thought he was flashing the 'V' for Victory sign to cheering Australians? (See inside.) Exploring the ins and outs of body language from head to toe, this newly revised and expanded edition of Roger Axtell's indispensable guide takes you all around the world of gestures-what they mean, how to use them, and when to avoid them. This latest edition includes: * Updates about the 200 most popular gestures and signals-and dozens of new examples * New sections covering special gestures-from American Sign Language and tai chi to flirting and kissing * Information to guide you through gestures country by country-from Switzerland to Japan, Nigeria to the Netherlands * Amusing anecdotes and helpful hypothetical scenarios


    The Teeline Gold: Course Bk (Teeline Gold)

    It is the textbook that contains the Teeline theory and longhand transcription, offering a complete course for students and lecturers.


    The Talent Era

    This revolutionary approach to business management shows how to make the most of the world's most unrecognized corporate resource: talent. Talented people aren't simply 'knowledge workers,' and organizations who want to leverage their talents need to recognize what's unique about them. In this book, Subir Chowdhury shows why talent is the true engine of the next economy, reveals the seven key secrets of talent, and gives organizations a powerful new blueprint for recognizing, rewarding, and making the most of talent. Chowdhury shows managers how to measure 'Return on Talent' -- and how to enhance it. He also shows talented individuals exactly how to maximize their own talents -- and maximize the value their enterprises place on those talents. For all managers who wants to make the most of their teams -- and for every talented individual who wants to make the most of their talents.


    Empire of Freedom: the Amway Story And What It Means To You

    FIRST, two men set out to find a better way to feed their families. THEN, they created a business that feedsmillionsof families. NOW, people are asking how the rural, small-town basement operation that started in 1959 turned into a $6.3 billion global phenomenon of today. AVAILABLE NOW isEmpire of Freedom?the first fully up-to-date exploration of the Amway phenomenon in fifteen years! 'The Amway story vividly and powerfully reminds us all that the values we hold dear as Americans?freedom, private enterprise, individual initiative, personal responsibility, and the love of family?are universal in scope and appeal.' ?From the Foreword by Richard Lesher, President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce As author James W. Robinson journeys inside one of the world?s largest direct sales organizations, readers from all walks of life will discover: ? How two men built an internationally respected company based on core American values and beliefs ? Inspirational stories from hardworking men and women around the world who have overcome adversity to achieve financial success in Amway ? How technological advances will affect Amway in the 21st century ? Success secrets of top Amway leaders ? The worst thing anyone ever said about Amway Selected by Success magazine as an 'Editor?s Choice' book,Empire of Freedomwas featured on the front flap of all newsstand copies of the magazine?s multilevel-marketing special edition in October 1996. About the Author James W. Robinson, author ofBetter Speeches in Ten Simple Steps, Doing Business in Vietnam,andAfter the Revolution(all from Prima), is a veteran speechwriter and political communicator who has worked for some of America's top business leaders and elected officials, including Ronald Reagan, former California governor George Deukmejian, and California attorney general Dan Lungren. From 1987 to 1993 he served as the trade representative for the governor of California and later as the state?s world trade commissioner. His accomplishments include overseeing the establishment of California?s five foreign trade and investment offices, including its Asian offices located in Tokyo and Hong Kong. Mr. Robinson is currently the vice president of public affairs for the American Trucking Association.


    Empowerment Takes More Than a Minute

    Drawing on ten years of research and consultation with a wide variety of leading companies, the coauthor of the One Minute Manager series joins forces with a motivational speaker and an internationally known management educator and consultant to identify three keys to making empowerment work in organizations--both large and small. 14 charts.


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