Friday, June 1, 2012
Working Successfully with Screwed Up People...Preview
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 bestselling 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. Less stress at work can start today. So what are you waiting for?
Elizabeth B. Brown assures people that there is hope for healing after the loss of a child in her first book Sunrise Tomorrow. In subsequent books she offers hope in her books to move on, to make the Joy Choice and to heal difficult relationships. She has written Sunrise Tomorrow, Coping with the Death of a Child; The Joy Choice; Living Successfully with Screwed-Up People; Surviving the Loss of a Child, Hope for Grieving Parents; and Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People.
She has been involved on all levels of education, and now teaches a course on death and dying at the Quillen Medical School in Johnson City. She helped found the Hands On! Museum, a children's education-based interactive museum. Elizabeth and Paul speak on grief and healing relationships in conferences across the country.
She and her husband Paul, a physician, live in Johnson City, Tennessee. They have four children and five grandchildren. Elizabeth is active in the community in arts, education, and the church. The Brown family enjoys travel, horseback riding, and water and snow sports. They have traveled extensively throughout the world. Underlying all their activities and commitments is a strong faith that puts family first with all the responsibilities that entails, including cheering at a multitude of children's events and car-pooling.
Available May 2012 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group. Thanks to Donna Hausler of Baker Publishing for the opportunity to preview this book. You can learn more about Dr. Elizabeth Brown here. You can purchase your own copy here.