Stop Workplace Drama by Marlene Chism audiobook

Stop Workplace Drama: Train Your Team to have No Complaints, No Excuses, and No Regrets

By Marlene Chism
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Is your workplace riddled with gossip, power struggles, and confusion? Do you seek clarity in your management, and cohesiveness in your team? Do you have personal obstacles affecting your professional success? When you are in the midst of drama you are shoveling coal in the boiler room instead of navigating the ship. The good news is help is on the way. Stop the Workplace Drama offers down-to-earth, practical methods to help business owners, entrepreneurs and private practice professionals maximize their success, increase productivity and improve teamwork and personal performance. Stop the Workplace Drama is the authors signature process for eliminating the barriers to a teams success. By identifying the drama barriers, managers will be able to help their employees break free to experience higher personal effectiveness and increased productivity. Each step incorporates universal and practical principles any business leader, sales director or entrepreneur can put to use immediately. The eight points include: 1. Clear the Fog 2. Identify the Gap 3. Tell Yourself the Truth 4. Reinvent, Realign and Rejuvenate 5. Stop Relationship Drama 6. Master Your Energy 7. Release Resistance 8. Become a Creator

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Is your workplace riddled with gossip, power struggles, and confusion? Do you seek clarity in your management, and cohesiveness in your team? Do you have personal obstacles affecting your professional success? When you are in the midst of drama you are shoveling coal in the boiler room instead of navigating the ship. The good news is help is on the way. Stop the Workplace Drama offers down-to-earth, practical methods to help business owners, entrepreneurs and private practice professionals maximize their success, increase productivity and improve teamwork and personal performance. Stop the Workplace Drama is the authors signature process for eliminating the barriers to a teams success. By identifying the drama barriers, managers will be able to help their employees break free to experience higher personal effectiveness and increased productivity. Each step incorporates universal and practical principles any business leader, sales director or entrepreneur can put to use immediately. The eight points include: 1. Clear the Fog 2. Identify the Gap 3. Tell Yourself the Truth 4. Reinvent, Realign and Rejuvenate 5. Stop Relationship Drama 6. Master Your Energy 7. Release Resistance 8. Become a Creator

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Author Bio: Marlene Chism

Author Bio: Marlene Chism

Marlene Chism is a consultant, international speaker, and the author of Stop Workplace Drama: Train Your Team to Have No Complaints, No Excuses, and No Regrets. Marlene’s passion is developing wise leaders and helping people to discover, develop, and deliver their gifts to the world. Clients who work with Marlene report the following results: increased personal effectiveness and focus, stronger communication skills, increased profitability through clarity and alignment, higher employee engagement, and dramatically improved workplace culture. Marlene has a communications degree from Drury University, and a master’s degree from Webster University.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/Business & Economics
Runtime: 7.31
Audience: Adult
Language: English