Working With You is Killing Me: Freeing Yourself from Emotional Traps at Work
- Author: Katherine Crowley
- Year: 01-02-2007
- Translator from English: Lyubomir Kyumyurdzhiev
- Availability: Out Of Stock
- Product Code: 318-01
- SKU: 05.0014
- ISBN: 978-954-321-303-0
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Two well-respected management experts deliver an authoritative manual that provides valuable insights for turning conflicts in the workplace into productive working relationships.
For anyone trapped in an energy-zapping relationship with a co-worker, boss or subordinate, Crowley and Elster offer an exit strategy—a highly practical and easily implemented guide to making the situation workable. Looking at the workplace from every employee's perspective, Crowley, a Harvard-trained psychotherapist, and Elster, an entrepreneurial consultant, have created a book as valuable to readers on the top rungs of the corporate ladder as it is to those near the bottom. Readers in the throes of a work crisis can find a relevant case study to lead them to relief from any situation. Whether the problem's a charming and demanding boss, dealing with a saboteur or addressing one's own inclination to play the office martyr, the authors offer frameworks for breaking down the conflict and achieving détente. They even detail the inevitable verbal confrontation. Supervisors are provided suggestions for "parenting" employees who chronically underachieve or disappoint to help them live up to expectation, or at least their job descriptions. This empowering book delivers a sense of control over nasty workplace situations. It may also offer the answer to high job turnover.
About the Author
|from English: Lyubomir Kyumyurdzhiev
|Career Development, Influence & Persuasion, Personal Development, Verbal & Non-Verbal Communication, Social Psychology, Self-Knowledge & Self-Help, Success Books