The Big Book of People Skills Games: Quick, Effective Activities for Making Great Impressions, Boosting Problem-Solving Skills and Improving Customer Service July 5, 2010Posted by McGraw-Hill Education (Asia) in Highlights.
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The Big Book of People Skills Games
Quick, Effective Activities for Making Great Impressions, Boosting Problem-Solving Skills and Improving Customer Service
Authors: Rickenbacher, Colleen; Scannell, Edward
©2010 | 1st Edition | 272 pages , Softcover
Pub Date: August 2010
Price: US$ 24.95
More than 700,000 books sold in the Big Book series!
Always say and do the right thing at the right time! Developing the necessary skills critical to teamwork and company success—taught in a fun group format
Meeting new people, developing listening skills, learning proper business etiquette, or dealing with difficult customers or coworkers are all challenges every company faces. The Big Book of People Skills Games offers a host of interactive yet engaging games you can use to tackle all of these communication-challenged areas within your group. RESULTS: effective communication, greater team confidence, and improved customer service.
These short but fun games can be adapted to any setting, cost virtually nothing, and show you how to boost both employee and customer interaction, reduce absenteeism, and foster a more positive and productive environment–all necessary ingredients for company growth and success.
The Big Book of People Skills Games helps you:
- Improve internal and external communication
- Promote group thinking on potential problems facing the company
- Build stronger relationships with coworkers and clients
- Teach your team about proper work procedures
This is the complete reference for enhancing interpersonal skills—both personally and professionally—from the trusted Big Book series.
About the Authors
Colleen Rickenbacher (Dallas, Texas) is President of Colleen Rickenbacher, Inc. in Dallas, TX, which she started in 2001 after 20 years with the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau, and has been involved in the meeting industry for over 35 years. Colleen is the author of two books and hundreds of articles on business etiquette, protocol and communication and has presented and trained around the world. She has served on the Board of Advisors for the International Association of Protocol Consultants, Convention Industry Council, Meeting Professionals International, Religious Conference Management Association and both the Dallas Chapter and the international board of the International Special Events Society. Rickenbacher also served as the president and chairs in various associations including past chair of the Certified Meeting Professional Board and the Texas Chapter of the Association of Event & Convention Professionals.
Ed Scannell (Phoenix, AZ) is a speaker and trainer who has given thousands of presentations, seminars and workshops across the U.S. and overseas. He has written or co-authored twenty books and over a hundred articles in the fields of Creativity, Communication, Human Resource Development, Management, Meeting Planning and Teambuilding. The books in his Games Trainers Play series (McGraw-Hill) have sold over a million copies and are used by trainers, speakers, facilitators, and meeting planners around the globe. He earned his CMP (Certified Meeting Professional) designation in 1986 and currently serves on the CIC (Convention Industry Council) Board of Directors. He served as President of the National Speaker’s Association for 1991-92 and serves on the NSA Foundation Board of Trustees.