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Synopsis: How to encourage personal responsibility and eliminate entitlementat work
Marsha Petrie Sue, MBA, is a renowned professional speaker whoaddresses, among other topics, the business value of personalaccountability at work. When leaders and workers are heldpersonally responsible for their choices, results improve -- andthe entitlement mentality is abolished. In The ReactorFactor, Petrie Sue combines her proven lessons onaccountability from interviews with key business leaders to helpreaders understand how to maximize success and turn negativesituations into positive business results, whether a leader oremployee.
This book shows you how to take charge of your professionalfuture for long-term success. Petrie Sue guides you through theongoing process of personal development and growth that willguarantee success for your career and organization.
The Reactor Factor is a practical and real-world guide toforging ahead professionally while improving your career,satisfaction, and success.
From the Inside Flap: Work is tough. No matter what you do or where you do it, difficultsituations are always likely to arise. The true test of aprofessional is how you respond to those difficult and stressfulmoments in the office. Do you react negatively, making thesituation worse? Or do you respond positively and change thesituation to your benefit?
In her previous book, Toxic People, Marsha Petrie Sueshowed you how to deal with even the most difficult coworkers. Now,in The Reactor Factor, she illustrates how to positivelymanage every other kind of difficult office situation. Combiningher proven lessons on accountability with interviews withsuccessful business leaders, she helps you turn negative situationsinto positive business results while maximizing your ownprofessional success.
This practical career guide gives you the tools to respond withcalm, positive action to even the most negative situations. You'lllearn how to:
Positively manage spoiled brats, entitled coworkers, andemployees
Defuse rumors and navigate the rough waters of officepolitics
Understand and benefit from social networking
Dish out positive action rather than negative blame
Reduce or eliminate resistance to change
Disarm those who challenge your ideas and suggestions
Encourage personal responsibility and maximum effort fromcolleagues and subordinates
In addition, The Reactor Factor guides you through theongoing process of professional development for long-term success.Not only does it help you hone the skills you need to managedifficult situations, it also shows you how to package and marketyour skills to fit your company's needs, achieve goals that willmake you stand out, and focus on your strengths while mitigatingyour weaknesses.
Turn the negative into the positive with this real-world guidethat shows you how to conquer every challenge on your way tounlimited success.
Title: The Reactor Factor: How to Handle Difficult ...
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