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Crazy co-workers stressing you out? Here's the solution.

Let's face it. Some people just don't listen, don't care, and aren't willing to compromise. And you probably work with some of them. The incomprehensible supervisor. The person in the next office who chats more than works. The customer who, by the way, isn't always right.

The good news is, it doesn't take two people to change a relationship in the workplace. It takes one - you! Now the best-selling author of Living Successfully with Screwed-Up People offers expert advice to help you not only get along with co-workers who get under your skin but actually succeed at work in spite of them. You'll learn how to be unflappable, imperturbable, and unflustered in every workplace situation.

©2012 Elizabeth B. Brown; 2012 Oasis Audio

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loaded with life skills

What made the experience of listening to Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People the most enjoyable?

Well organized presentation

What about Mimi Black’s performance did you like?

Clear, good tempo.

What did you learn from Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People that you would use in your daily life?

When to cut the cord, identifying particular traits in other people and how to deal with them, thinking first about my own responses and how I am enabling those of others. Dealing with what can be changed and what cannot.

Any additional comments?

PDF and table of contents does not match content of audio version.

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