The Personal Credibility Factor By Sandy Allgeier
   
 
Can YOU Be Trusted?

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It’s a simple question. Deceptively simple. And the answer will determine whether or not you’re a viable member of the 21st century business community.
 
That’s right. Globalization, virtual collaboration, and the rise of the project-based workforce have changed all the rules. These days you must be able to influence others, communicate clearly, and—most important of all—elicit trust. If people don’t trust you, they won’t work with you.
 
Sandy Allgeier, SPHR—a speaker, consultant, and trainer who customizes services for companies of all types—has written a book that can help anyone secure his or her place in the global business world. The Personal Credibility Factor: How to Get It, Keep It, and Get It Back (If You’ve Lost It) takes the subtle, hard-to-pin-down quality that sets people up for success in all areas of life and…well, pins it down.
 
Allgeier explains that personal credibility is “about respect, trust, and being believable.” That’s as close as she comes to a definition, but then, credibility is not about definitions. It’s about actions. What you do forms other people’s opinions of you, shapes their relationships with you, and helps them decide whether to trust and respect you. Do the kinds of things that build personal credibility and you’ll be able to create and maintain productive relationships with others and accomplish more within them.
 
The Personal Credibility Factor offers a complete plan for earning the trust and confidence of those around you. Whether you’re an individual wishing to build your personal credibility or an executive seeking to infuse your company with this elusive quality, Allgeier’s book will show you the way.

 

 

 

 

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