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Relationships

 
How to Deal with Difficult People Hasson, Gill John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. , 2015 Communication, Relationships

As social beings, people enjoy being with others who are likeable and easy to get along with. Happiness and positivity depend on the relationships people have with others. Unfortunately, some people strive to be...

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HBR Guide to Office Politics Dillon, Karen Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2015 Communication, Relationships

Every office is political, and every worker must engage in office politics. Instead of getting involved in gossip and backstabbing, workers can choose to be constructive. Workers who stay out of the fray completely...

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The Power of Noticing Bazerman, Max H. Simon & Schuster, Inc. , 2014 Communication, Relationships

Major national calamities, economic crises, loss of lives, and bad business decisions often have one thing in common: the inability or predisposed disinclination to notice important key factors that put lives,...

 
 
The Gen Z Effect Koulopoulos, Thomas | Keldsen, Dan Bibliomotion, Inc. , 2014 Diversity, Relationships

Gen Z (the generation born ten years before or after 2005) is changing the world. In The Gen Z Effect, however, Thomas Koulopoulos and Dan Keldsen show how a person’s year of birth does not need to...

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Resolving Conflicts at Work Cloke, Kenneth | Goldsmith, Joan Jossey-Bass , 2011 Communication, Relationships

In Resolving Conflicts at Work, Kenneth Cloke and Joan Goldsmith help readers understand the underlying causes of conflict and how to approach it in new ways. Conflicts at work arise because companies...

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The Human Brand Malone, Chris | Fiske, Susan T. Jossey-Bass , 2013 Marketing, Relationships

People judge one another based on two categories of social perception: warmth and competence. Individuals who exhibit warmth and competence tend to generate feelings of trust and admiration in others. These types of...

 
 
What I Didn’t Learn in Business School Barney, Jay B. | Gorman Clifford, Trish Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2014 Management, Personal Growth, Relationships

Many of the widely accepted strategy tools taught in business schools do not apply in the real world. In What I Didn’t Learn in Business School, Jay B. Barney and Trish Gorman Clifford relate the...

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Influence Cialdini, Robert B. HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. , 2007 Communication, Relationships

In Influence, Robert B. Cialdini combines experimental research with real world immersion studies in different professions and situations over three years to analyze the power of influence. Although...

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How to Play the Game at the Top Pearson, Fenorris Agate Publishing , 2010 Personal Growth, Relationships

How to Play the Game at the Top by Fenorris Pearson tells the truth about getting ahead in corporate America. It is a game plan for getting to the top and staying there. It busts myths, such as “an MBA...

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11 Rules for Creating Value in the Social Era Merchant, Nilofer Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2012 Relationships, Technology

According to Nilofer Merchant in  11 Rules for Creating Value in the Social Era, businesses, managers, and individual workers must all rethink some fundamental assumptions about how organizations...

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