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Description: Small grey twenty-five page booklet published by the ‘Holman group’ in the late 1960s for staff training in ‘Salesmanship’ – Profit at the top of the pyramid, demand and satisfaction of demand. Although there is no short cut to Salesmanship some degree of extrovert personality helps! ‘Quick thinking, adaptability, persevernce and enthusiasm, plus an ability to put yourself in the other person’s place.
Record Number: 753340

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Subject: Human Resources, training

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Booklet
Creator: Holman
Format: TIFF
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Date: c1969
Coverage: Cornwall, Camborne, Holman Brothers
Publisher: Trevithick Society
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