Navigate, Negotiate and Communicate Your Way Through Rough Times
For anyone whose boss is a tyrant, who would rather run away from home than go into the office for one more day, or has outgrown a job and is tired of waiting for a better opportunity to come along…
101 Successful Networking Strategies
by Eric Kramer
Networking is a good idea, whether you are employed or not. Your network can enable you to transition gracefully to a better job in the same company, industry or even to another career entirely!
The Art and Science of Dealing with Difficult People
by David Brown
Is there a person at the office driving you to your wit’s end? Want to delve into the science behind their crazy behavior? Yes? Then this book might come in handy for dealing with workplace conflict.
Take comfort in Dilbert and his colleagues while learning how to profit from a confusopoly.
The title says it all. Whether this would be a conversation piece at work, or whether you truly would like to rise above workplace problems, this book could hold the solution.
Need to let off steam? Office Space is here for you. Learn how to be a “straight shooter, with upper management potential written all over” you! Starring Ron Livingston, Stephen Root, Jennifer Aniston, & Gary Cole.
The Employee Rights Handbook
by Steven Mitchell Sack
Effective Legal Strategies to Protect Your Job, From Interview to Pink Slip. Knowing your rights in the workplace can enable you to deal with problems more effectively. This book includes the usual, like pre-hiring discrimination and wrongful termination, but also covers on-the-job conduct and rights.
This author covers what to do in key moments in your career in the workplace such as during challenges to ethics, loyalty, or your future at the organization, as well as at other key times such as interviews, promotions, performance reviews, workplace conflict, recognition for excellence, & resignation.