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Small Murders among Colleagues - Solve communication problems & team conflicts strategies against mobbing sabotage & difficult people rhetoric psychology & manipulation techniques - cover

Small Murders among Colleagues - Solve communication problems & team conflicts strategies against mobbing sabotage & difficult people rhetoric psychology & manipulation techniques

Simone Janson

Publisher: Best of HR - Berufebilder.de​®

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This is what this book brings you: You support climate protection, quickly receive compact information and checklists from experts (overview and press voices in the book preview) as well as in practice tested pieces of advice, which lead also owing to AddOn step by step to success. Because hand on the heart: Some difficult colleagues or bosses would like to murder one at the dearest, so much make these success saboteurs one the life to the hell. Since it must remain unfortunately for legal reasons with small murder fantasies, the question arises: Which strategies really help against such team members, coworkers and superiors? To get an answer to this question, it is important to understand and see through the interpersonal power games as well as communicative tricks and tactics of these people. This book provides insights into the psychology not only of executives and reveals rhetoric tips for conflicts and disputes. It also shows how you can influence organizational cultures in your favor, convince other people with your arguments, and make life easier for yourself in stressful situations, even without being an official superior. Good luck and have fun reading.We give you the best possible help on the topics of career, finance, management, personnel work and life assistance. For this purpose, we gather in each book the best experts in their field as authors - detailed biographies in the book - , who give a comprehensive overview of the topic and additionally offer you success planner workbooks in printed form. Our guidebooks are aimed primarily at beginners. Readers who are looking for more in-depth information can get it for free as an add-on with individual content in German and English as desired. This concept is made possible by a particularly efficient, innovative digital process and Deep Learning, AI systems that use neural networks in translation. The publishing company donates at least 5 percent of its reveniew from book sales to charitable organizations involved in reforestation projects and climate protection - more detailed information on request. Publisher Simone Janson is also chairwoman of the board of the Berufebilder Yourweb Foundation, bestselling author and was one of the 20 most important German bloggers as well as a columnist for renowned media - more about her in Wikipedia.

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