Emotional Terrors in the Workplace: Protecting Your by LMHC Vali Hawkins Mitchell Ph.D., FBCI Philip Jan Rothstein

By LMHC Vali Hawkins Mitchell Ph.D., FBCI Philip Jan Rothstein

The failure to thoroughly deal with the sufferers and the emotional dimensions of company difficulties alterations antagonistic occasions into crises and catastrophes. This booklet goals to arm staff and executives with the instruments essential to deal with emotional misery.

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