|From the Front Cover||
"Should managers and leaders be aloof and dispassionate, with emotions kept clear of decision-making? Hardly.
“A considerable amount of verifiable research shows that the most effective leadership comes from listening to your emotions, expanding your cultural awareness, and working more positively and collaboratively.
“But how do you turn those goals into working plans and real results?
“Reframing Change: How to Deal with Workplace Dynamics, Influence Others, and Bring People Together to Initiate Positive Change is based on the premise that if people act with integrity and learn to develop positive workplace relationships, a ripple effect can engender similar changes in an organization as a whole….
“You have the power to consciously choose actions that will make a profound difference in your professional and personal lives and for the organization for which you work. This book will show you how it’s done.”