Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People
by Elizabeth B. Brown
About the book (from the publisher):
Let’s face it. Some people just don’t listen, don’t care, and aren’t willing to compromise. And you probably work with some of them - the incomprehensible supervisor, the person in the next office who chats more than works or the customer who, by the way, isn’t always right. For all those you come across at work who drive you crazy, there’s a solution.
Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People offers healthy ways to have good working relationships with those around us. Author Elizabeth B. Brown covers everything from daily annoyances to serious workplace issues. Brown, the bestselling author of Living Successfully with Screwed-Up People turns her insightful eye to the workplace, showing readers how they can get along with and work successfully beside the people who drive them up the wall. “It doesn’t take two people to change a relationship in the workplace,” says Brown. “It takes one—me!” Her expert advice will help workers in any profession learn how to be unflappable, imperturbable, and unflustered when dealing with the difficult people in their workplace. The majority of our waking life is spent at work. Don’t let difficult people drive you crazy. With Brown’s help and encouragement, you can make the changes that will improve your work environment and enhance your life
The title of this book grabbed my attention right away. Who hasn't worked with people who drive us up the wall, or make us think there is no way to get along with them? Elizabeth B. Brown offers practical solutions for figuring out how to work with these people in a loving way, and without losing your mind. I enjoyed reading this book, and I think anyone who works anywhere - so, that would be everybody! - would benefit from reading this, even just to use as a reference guide for the future.
About the author:
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