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Working with Humans by Piers Bishop

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Working with Humans
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740306828
Number of pages: 45

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Almost everything a business does depends on people. Every decision, every customer gained or lost, every employee helped to perform better - or not - involves a human hand at some point, even in the internet age. This book will change the way you understand - and work with - your people.

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