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    Key Books


    Controlling People: How to Recognize, Understand, and Deal With People Who Try to Control You


    Thank You for Being Such a Pain: Spiritual Guidance for Dealing With Difficult People


    No More Blue Mondays: Four Keys to Finding Fulfillment at Work

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    Most worries at work that we can actually do something about are caused by people. We've assembled over 1,200 links to articles and resources to help you address these problems. Since our site's content and services are completely free, please help us grow by telling others about us and participating in our community.  We suggest that you review the material below in view of any people problems at work.

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    Here is a sampling of the material available on the site:

    Five Steps To Leading A Team Effectively

    "Here are five basic keys to leading successfully in this new world of teamwork."

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: management.monster.com


    Rude, Overbearing Co-workers Can Become Occupational Hazards

    "Experts say mounting layoffs, a slowing economy and the anonymity of high-tech communication are fueling the rising tide of antisocial behavior. Vulnerable groups include women, workers with less powerful positions, ethnic minorities, and single and young workers."

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: sanjose.bizjournals.com


    What Matters More Than Money?

    "Former McKinsey management consultant Jon Katzenbach has long been known as the guru of teams. ...Read the interview below and you'll see why he's proud to talk up pride as the key to getting the most out of people at work."

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: workopolis.com


    The bad boss: If you haven't had one, you probably will

    "American companies are doing a bad job finding and training managers. Not all bosses are deficient but many seem to have a fatal managerial flaw. Some can't prioritize, others don't communicate, while others are just plain mean."

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: bostonworks.boston.com


    Discussion Forum

    This Discussion Forum is provided for visitors to raise problems and issues that they are facing and to provide comments and advice on topics raised by others. Click on one of the topics below to go directly to it.

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    Topic Poster Date Replies
    Co_ worker does not like me nosun4u 7/18/2011 2:29:54 AM 1
    How to deal with lazy and irresponsible people at office Cookie Monster 6/9/2011 3:42:56 PM 1
    BeicyGype BeicyGype 1/10/2011 8:40:19 AM 2
    Immature co-workers / Boss ignores workerbee 6/13/2010 2:53:32 PM 1
    Office Politics/Job Appointment Problem! SleepyJess 5/10/2010 11:08:53 AM 0


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