Knowing how to extend a helping hand or ask for assistance when needed is one of the best ways to build trusting, collaborative and mutually beneficial relationships with colleagues, clients, family and friends. And yet, for far too many folks, “help fluency” remains elusive. Mother-daughter team Deborah Grayson Riegel and Sophie Riegel share a truly groundbreaking, easy-to-use guide that teaches concrete strategies to help readers get better at offering, asking for and accepting help while exploring the emotional barriers that sometimes prevent us from receiving the help we need. Deborah teaches Leadership Communication for Columbia Business School’s Women in Leadership Program. She writes regularly for the Harvard Business Review and is an instructor of Management Communication at the Wharton School at UPenn.
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