Make Difficult People Disappear

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Make Difficult People Disappear

Make Difficult People Disappear immediately helps you deal with difficult people in new ways that make them disappear…without you having to go to jail! Featured on CNN, AOL Jobs, Forbes, and Bloomberg Businessweek, this popular workplace fable is a must have for your office and each team member.

Dealing with difficult people is tough to do and even tougher when the difficult person is you. You’ll learn as you read about Cybil and her workplace adventures with difficult employee, co-workers, and bosses. You’ll feel empowered and engaged in the process as you find simple steps to create your own disappearing act at work (or at home). You’ll gain value in the first five pages as the purpose of this book is to help you apply what you read and employ what you need to make difficult people go behave or go away.

Make Difficult People Disappear is chock full of tips, ideas, and techniques that you can easily apply to your work and home quickly, simply and with ease. Each chapter includes a focus on:

  • Shifting your thinking
  • Are labels helpful and how are you using them
  • What you can do to reduce the difficult people you deal with
  • Employee engagement and motivation to do their job
  • Changing or modifying your expectations Internet Presence Wireframe
  • Improving your workplace communication
  • Applying emotional intelligence to job fit, role clarity and your leadership skills
  • 10 Training Videos (Preview Those Videos Now)

Make Difficult People Disappear goes beyond personality profiles and difficult people by sharing tools that will help you improve your company’s composition and keep you from overlooking the significance of knowing how to relate to those you work with and your customers. It’s a must read for leaders wanting to improve themselves, their teams, and their organizations!

Phillip Vincent

Field Enablement Lead, LATAM, Canada Microsoft

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