Read some reviews of the book:
Knight, International management consultant
"This book is a must for anyone who wants to learn some simple
and yet immensely powerful techniques for enhancing the way
that they communicate and build relations. So if you depend
on effective teamwork, powerful customer (internal or external)
relations or self-management then you really need to read
this. By understanding the unique ways in which we each think
and therefore communicate we can learn not only to accept
others for who they are but also to communicate with them
in ways that they will understand and accept. And we can influence
others to do the same for us. Many similar books are full
of jargon - this is well written, practical and straightforward.
I recommend it wholeheartedly."
Sue Knight is an international consultant. Her work consists
of writing, one to one coaching, talks, NLP certification
training and leadership consultancy. She is author of several
books including NLP at Work, NLP Solutions and the recently
published NLP and Leadership Manual of Exercises for Leaders.
She is quoted as bringing "the heart and soul to business".
Dr. Peter Honey, International management consultant and
expert in learning
"An easy to read, yet thought provoking, introduction to thinking
styles. The book is jargon free, packed with compelling examples,
and will leave you in no doubt that thinking styles are the
key to improving your relationships. I guarantee it will whet
your appetite and you'll want to find out more."
Dr. Sandi Mann, Dept. of Psychology, University
of Central Lancashire
"It is excellent. The styles make sense, it is clearly written
Training Journal December 1999
"Presented in a very readable,
clear and concise manner, bringing a number of sensory and
stylistic attitudes together in one place. A useful book that
will give an interesting insight into the ways people think
and the resulting barriers they may raise"
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