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Holly L. (irunamuk) reviewed Working With You is Killing Me: Freeing Yourself from Emotional Traps at Work on
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This is a great book if the person you are working with is a fully mature individual who can take criticism or there is a boss who can report someone who is making the workplace difficult. But if the problem is either THE boss (as in the owner) or your partner in the business who becomes personally offended anytime you bring up even the smallest concern, it doesnt really help. Basically the gist of the book is 1. Dont lose your temper and 2. Confront the person or go to your boss and let them say something or write the person up. It also doesnt help with the resulting backlash from petty, immature people that you have just had to confront. If anyone wants my copy, you can have it.
Empower yourself at the office with this essential handbook for managing your work life.
One way to make your career soar is to get things done with troublesome coworkers. This book tells you how.
Crowley and Elster provide all the tools needed to avoid being taken emotionally hostage in the workplace.
The authors open our eyes by offering very clear and practical solutions to travails with bosses, subordinates, and colleagues. This is the holy grail for architecting a conflict-free work life!
Packed with profound insights and practical advice that will immediately transform your quality of work and quality of work life.
A wealth of strategies of dealing with coworkers or a boss who is driving you nuts.
This book is a must for all business owners and managers.
Great book! Lots of terrific tools and insights for...enhancing relationships both at work and in any area of your life.