When bad bosses run amok in companies, nobody wins. This bookshows readers how to build positive relationships with even themost out-of-control boss, and still thrive in your job. The key tosuccess lies in dealing with a Terrible Office Tyrant (orTOT™) much like a parent deals with a troublesome toddler.With true stories and time-tested solutions, this is the perfectguide managing a boss stuck in his Terrible Twos. Taylor takes youbehind all the bossy blustering, so that you can focus on gettingahead – and achieve career excellence.
Savvy top management will also gain insight on what notto do with their team. They know that Terrible Office Tyrant (TOT)managers may not be in plain sight (they don’t leave juicestains on the hallway carpet!) But they do wreak havoc on thebottom line. A special section helps senior management and HumanResource departments mitigate TOT behavior for a more productiveworkplace.
Much more than a simple "don't worry, be happy" salve, optimysticism offers insight for lifting every aspect of life relationships, work, spirituality to a new level of fulfillment. Combining spiritual and metaphysical ideas with down-to-earth excercises and activities, The Optimystic's Handbook offers a solid, practical approach to developing otimystic vision a 20/20 balance of sight and insight that dramatically alters our perspective from an anxious, limiting view of the world to one that is fully open to dreams, goals, ambitions and all the possibilities life holds in store.
For everyone ready to live more peacefully and productively in the coming years of rapid millenial change, optimysticm hold the key. Coauthors Taylor and Crain brilliantly point the way to moving from awareness to action, ideas to results, hope to fulfillment.
The authors encourage us to learn to love ourselves no matter what mistakes we've made. "May you always make mistakes," they advise, "just not the same ones." The wisdom of the angels shows us how to laugh at ourselves, live in the moment, put our energy into productive activities, and follow the timing of our hearts by using our own angel courage to greet each day with authenticity and love.
Red Is the New Black takes an in depth look at the major policy issues affecting all of us to unveil the core values that best empower today’s women. It turns out that if we focus on values instead of arguing over ideas, there’s a whole lot of common ground upon which women of all viewpoints can agree. Entrepreneur, media commentator, and former White House National Security Council Director Cathy Lynn Taylor shares how these core tenants have shaped her own decisions—and success—and should be shaping the policies that affect the daily lives of women. By combining her own personal anecdotes with hard-hitting research, Taylor powerfully illustrates a set of values that unite us and the policies that best support them.