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Stop Bullying at Work: Strategies and Tools for HR and Legal Professionals (2009)

    “Given that HR professionals are the corporate insiders typically charged with the responsibility for developing strategies, policies, and training… this book is designed to provide not only an overview of the problem of workplace bullying, but also some practical strategies and solutions to help HR professionals and their companies proactively deal with the problem.”

http://clio.columbia.edu/catalog/8631622

 

 

Daniel, Teresa A.

Stories Mediators Tell (2012)

"Stories Mediators Tell is a collection of first-hand accounts of the unpredictable and often dramactic nature of mediation.  Written by mediators, the stories draw back the curtains from mediation to reveal the difficult conversations which take place there and the range of outcomes that can ensue."

Galton, Eric R. and Love, Lela P.

Success Under Stress: Powerful Tools for Staying Calm, Confident, and Productive When the Pressure's On (2013)

“Success Under Stress provides a veritable arsenal of ‘magic bullet’ solutions for increasing your productivity and minimizing your stress.  It will help you turn down your internal pressure-cooker, remove friction from any relationship, and derive more career satisfaction than ever … all while exuding a level of calm and confidence that you’ve never known before.”

Melnick, Sharon

Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job (2009)

“There are great bosses, and there are terrible bosses, but there is no such thing as a perfect boss.  No one expects a boss to be perfect, of course, but the problem is that many, if not most, people get stuck having to deal with those less-than-ideal managers.  So what can you do to solve this dilemma?”

Taylor, Lynn

Teaching What You Don't Know (2012)

     “Everyone in academia knows it and no one likes to admit it: faculty often have to teach courses in areas they don’t know very well.  In this practical and funny book, an experienced teaching consultant offers many creative strategies for dealing with typical problems.  How can you prepare most efficiently for a new course in a new area?  How do you look credible?  And what do you do when you don’t have a clue how to answer a question?”

Huston, Therese

Team Talk - The Power Of Language In Team Dynamics (1996)

"This book explains that gap between the ideal and the real by presenting a different perspective on teams - a perspective that shows what is actually happening in teams of professionals and explains how the particulars of organizational design, managerial behavior, and individual preference shape those team dynamics."

Donnellon, Anne

Team Up For Success - Building Teams In The Workplace (1997)

"If you are new to the team concept or part of a team that doesn't always function as well as it could, or if you want to be a more effective team member or want to learn about being a team leader, this book is for you.  It addresses all these interrelated topics and provides lots of practical examples of what you can do for yourself and your team."

Cadwell, Charles M.

Teaming - How Organizations Learn, Innovate, And Compete In The Knowledge Economy (2012)

"The idea that an organization should be able to anticipate and respond to changes in its environment is as difficult to put into action as it is compelling.  Many adults have to relearn how to learn, and everyone could use help learning how to relearn, and everyone could use help learning how to team.  This book explores these issues."

Edmondson, Amy C.

That's Not What I Meant!  How Conversational Style Makes Or Breaks Relationships (1986)

"This book gives a linguist's view of what makes conversation exhilarating or frustrating.  Through the lens of linguistic analysis of conversational style, it shows how communication works - and fails to work.  The aim is to let you know you're not alone and you're not crazy - and to give you more choice in continuing, ending, or improving communication in your private and public life."

Tannen, Deborah

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (2004)

“One of the most inspiring and impactful books ever written.  The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People has captivated readers for 25 years.  It has transformed the lives of Presidents and CEO’s, educators and parents – in short, millions of people of all ages and occupations.”

http://clio.columbia.edu/catalog/1542169

 

Covey, Stephen R.

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