If you’ve ever heard of someone described as “a real people person” and agreed, you no doubt immediately thought “Boy, we could use more people like that!” And you’d be right. There are truths that are universally acknowledged: a people person will smoothly, successfully engage in effective, pleasant human interactions. They are more likely to be promoted, respected, admired, complimented and appreciated than those who simply do not know how to thrive among humans. Simply put, everyone could benefit from being a people person, but many just don’t know how or don’t know where to find the answers.
Supported by interviews, case studies and sound research, People People will teach why being a people person even matters, what makes a people person, and how and where to be a people person.