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by Michael Baroff

ePub The Inner Work of Work: Getting Along With Others download
Author:
Michael Baroff
ISBN13:
978-1583761540
ISBN:
1583761543
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Publisher:
Berrett-Koehler Publishers (December 1, 2000)
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Subcategory:
Personal Transformation
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1417 kb
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The other guidebooks in the Inner Work of Work series: Being Your Best helps people become more aware of how their personal attitudes and the choices they make ultimately determine their success.

The other guidebooks in the Inner Work of Work series: Being Your Best helps people become more aware of how their personal attitudes and the choices they make ultimately determine their success. This guidebook enables readers to come to terms with who they are, what they have to offer, and where they want to go in their work lives. They will explore their beliefs about work, what motivates them to succeed, how to use their creativity and intuition, clarify the roles they play at work, learn how to adapt to change, and create the outcomes and lifestyles they want.

Getting Along with Others book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Getting Along with Others (Inner Work of Work) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This guidebook will help you do the inner work necessary to become aware of your own perceptions, thoughts,and feelings and how they affect the interactions you have with other people.

Getting along with Others. Restructured, reorganized, re-engineered, redeployed: employees today face constantly changing roles and responsibilities at work that can leave them feeling isolated, confused and unproductive. And managers, facing the same types of pressures themselves, rarely have time to give employees the kind of one-on-one attention that might help them rediscover their sense of purpose and commitment. These days, everyone must be their own coach.

In The Inner Work of Work, experienced organizational consultant Michael Baroff has created a series of hands-on guides that enable people to coach themselves, showing them how to develop key competencies in self-management and interpersonal relations, and meet an. .

In The Inner Work of Work, experienced organizational consultant Michael Baroff has created a series of hands-on guides that enable people to coach themselves, showing them how to develop key competencies in self-management and interpersonal relations, and meet and exceed expectations. Baroff employs a unique reflective rather than prescriptive format to make these guides as relevant, real and memorable to the reader as possible. Coaching Yourself for Improved Performance taught by Michael Baroff. Michael Baroff has consulted with a wide-range of business, government and nonprofit organizations to improve work performance and achieve strategic outcomes for over 25 years. He is the developer and facilitator of The Inner Work of Work Coaching Yourself for Improved Performance series (Being Your Best; Getting Along with Others and Contributing to Your Company's Success.

Michael Barr is a software engineer specializing in software design for medical devices and other embedded systems. Barr has often worked as an expert witness, including testifying in the Toyota Sudden Unintended Acceleration litigation.

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Restructured, reorganized, re-engineered, redeployed: employees today face constantly changing roles and responsibilities at work that can leave them feeling isolated, confused and unproductive. And managers, facing the same types of pressures themselves, rarely have time to give employees the kind of one-on-one attention that might help them rediscover their sense of purpose and commitment. These days, everyone must be their own coach.

In The Inner Work of Work, experienced organizational consultant Michael Baroff has created a series of three hands-on guides that enables employees to coach themselves on the job, showing them how to develop key competencies in self-management and interpersonal relations, and meet and exceed corporate expectations.

Baroff employs a unique reflective rather than prescriptive format to make these guides as relevant, real and memorable to the reader as possible. He skillfully uses a series of probing questions, thought-provoking observations and innovative activities and exercises that enable readers to use the guides by drawing on their own experiences, not the someone else's.

This makes The Inner Work of Work unusually flexible-it can be used by people in any industry, at any level. And readers proceed at their own pace-they can use the guides as a comprehensive, progressive program, or dip into the booklets as difficult situations arise.

The work employees do "inside"--improving their own attitude, behavior and skills, and understanding of organizational dynamics--pays off in improved performance and greater job satisfaction. The Inner Work of Work guides readers in taking over their training and being their own best coaches.

The other guidebooks in the Inner Work of Work series:

Being Your Best helps people become more aware of how their personal attitudes and the choices they make ultimately determine their success. This guidebook enables readers to come to terms with who they are, what they have to offer, and where they want to go in their work lives. They will explore their beliefs about work, what motivates them to succeed, how to use their creativity and intuition, clarify the roles they play at work, learn how to adapt to change, and create the outcomes and lifestyles they want.

Contributing to Your Company's Success illuminates the organizational dynamics that create and support a productive work environment. This guidebook enables readers to determine where they fit into a company's big picture, learn how to work as part of a team, understand how a company evaluates the bottom line, determine how to add value in what they do, and develop their own approaches to being a leader.