Proven techniques for dealing with workplace issues successfully
Do you dread going to work? Dealing with pestering coworkers, unmanageable managers, angry clients can take its toll on your job performance. And in these difficult economic times, no one can afford to lose their jobs.
In Surviving the Toxic Workplace, syndicated author and psychotherapist Linnda Durre teaches you how to pinpoint and treat these office maladies with effective communication and conflict negotiation techniques that are sure to bring you peace of mind and peace at work.
Surviving the Toxic Workplace shows you:
• Why these office conflicts erupt
• How to identify and treat the 12 most common types of toxic co-workers, situations, and environments
• The seven components of effective communication techniques you can use in various situations
• How to deal with different conflict styles
Don't let office conflicts drain you of energy or interfere with your job performance. Treat the malady before it gets out of hand with Surviving the Toxic Workplace.
Name: Linnda Durre', Ph.D.
Linnda Durre', Ph.D., a psychotherapist, national speaker, magazine and newspaper columnist, television and radio talk show host, frequently consults and speaks to businesses, companies, and corporations. She hosted and co-produced two live call-in TV shows: "Ask The Family Therapist," on America's Health Network, a national cable TV station associated with the Mayo Clinic which aired from Universal Studios, Orlando; and "Personal Success Hotline with Dr. Durre'," on a PBS affiliate.
She has spoken to hundreds of groups and given interviews on Oprah, 60 Minutes,TheToday Show, The O'Reilly Factor, and Good Morning America, among others, and she has been interviewed, quoted, and/or cited in The New York Times, LA Times, Christian Science Monitor, USA Today, San Diego Union and Tribune, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Orlando Business Journal, Orlando Sentinel, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner, Pacific Sun, San Antonio Light, Florida Magazine, and Parade. She has written for Forbes Online, Orlando Business Journal, and American Cities Business Journals.