Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People Paperback
Living your faith in the world of work
by Elizabeth B. Brown;
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Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People
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If you've ever sat in awkward silence whilst a work college cracks an obscene joke, been stuck in the middle of a petty row while praying no-one asks your opinion, or
received an inappropriate e-mail, then this book will give you practical tips and help to discover the power of simply 'being Jesus' in your workplace.
Turning her attention to the workplace, Elizabeth Brown - teacher, speaker writer of 'Surviving the Loss of a Child' and author of 'Living Successfully with Screwed-Up People' now brings us her intelligent insights to the world of work with 'Working successfully with Screwed Up People'.
Working successfully with screwed up people
Who is the problem?
Temperaments nuts and bolts
My behaviour my choice
People dont want to be fixed
Is this job right for you?
Bringing about change
The generation problem
Minding the family store
Held hostage by manipulation
Changing the paradigm
Building stress absorbers into your life
When dealing with emotions do the outrageous
Let it go
Its time to say Im sorry
Touch with words
Are you as wise as a donkey?
The tug of war
Love it or leave it
*Plus: The personality zoo
*Plus: The workplace stress barometer
Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People by Elizabeth B. Brown was published by Baker in June 2012 and is our 21512th best seller. The ISBN for Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People is 9780800720117.
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Details for Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People
|Author / Artist||Elizabeth B. Brown|
|Publisher||Baker (June 2012)|
|Number of Pages||272|
|Page last updated||8th December 2017|