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WHO KNEW… that most of the negative energy people experience in the workplace has one root cause and you can do something about it? WHO KNEW… “People join companies, but then they leave their boss”? WHO KNEW… there is a better way than doing the verbal tango during a job interview to match an applicant with the requirements for a job? WHO KNEW… you could consistently communicate more clearly than fuzzy directions, like “be a team player”, “provide world-class customer service”, “be a great leader”? YOU DID… you know all of these and the other blinding flashes of the obvious covered in this book, but now there is a book that gives a voice to your common sense, AND… gives you the tools to do something about it! While the book’s description of common sense violations will be familiar to you, THE BIGGEST REVELATION might be that first point – the root of most workplace negativity. Think about this – doesn’t most all of the negative experience between people in the workplace come about because they disagree on how something should be done? Or to what standard, or when? Or what some directions or guidance really mean? Or how performance evaluations are conducted? Or how decisions on pay/benefits/promotions are made? What is the common thread? SUBJECTIVITY in work processes is the root to most evil in the workplace! “Subjectivity” meaning that the process or guidance isn’t clear enough, so it requires interpretation, which different people are going to do differently. It doesn’t have to be that way! Work processes can be objective, but we’ve just always accepted them the way they are, and have suffered the consequences. When you read the book, feel good about having your own common sense validated, AND find out what you can do about the violations of common sense that surround you every day in the workplace.
bound: 130 pages
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 4, 2016)
isbn: 1530374456, 978-1530374458,
weight: 9 ounces (