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Stop Workplace Drama: Train Your Team to Have No Complaints, No Excuses, and No Regrets

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Overcome the interpersonal challenges holding your business back Is your workplace riddled with gossip, power struggles, and confusion? Do you seek clarity in your management and cohesiveness in your team? Do you have a personal obstacle affecting your professional success?

If so, there is good news-help is on the way. "Stop Workplace Drama" offers down-to-earth, practical
ebook, 240 pages
Published January 6th 2011 by Wiley
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Stop Workplace Drama: Train Your Team to Have No Complaints, No Excuses and No Regrets by Marlene Chism was chosen by Soundview Executive Book Summaries as one of the Top 30 Business Books of 2011.


If you tuned in to Soundview’s recent edition of Soundview Live featuring author Marlene Chism, you heard her refer to the gaps that occur in organizations that create drama. She also spoke at length about the three common components in all drama that occurs inside and outside of t
Angela Anderson
I read a lot of management and leadership books. This was an excellent book. With a staff of 35 more than 75% women, my workplace is a hotbed for drama. I read the book, hoping to come up with an idea or two to minimize all the drama. In this book, I found myself making an extensive to-do-list because I found so many ways, my senior staff and I were doing things wrong and things we could do better, much better. I found ideas to improve my management skills and communicate better with my staff. I ...more
Great, great books. It was a total eye-opener.
I would highly recommend it if you even just suspect you have drama in your workplace.
Come on, be fair... Who doesn't?
I can totally see how this book will be useful at work and home. Surprisingly good. I actually want to own this now that I've read the library's copy.
Kevin Eikenberry
Everyone I’ve mentioned this title to, loves it!

Stop Workplace DramaI mean who wants all the drama?

Like many catch phrases and cliché’s, not everyone has the same definition of drama. Chism defines drama rather globally as: “any obstacle to your peace and prosperity.”

While I was interested in the book’s title and have talked to the author on the phone, I didn’t really know what to expect. What I found was a book with an eight-step process for stopping workplace drama. Each step is described in e
Dr.  Rae Baum
This book came into my life when I wanted to learn more about how-to stop the drama in my personal, and professional relationships.
Evelina Urbonaviciene
Worth reading to get insights for daily issues. Might give benefit for each individual and managers
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Marlene Chism is a consultant, international speaker, executive coach and author of Stop Workplace Drama (Wiley 2011). Marlene’s passion is developing wise leaders and helping people to discover, develop and deliver their gifts to the world. From stopping drama to enlightened leadership, Marlene’s message is spreading across the country at association meetings, corporate retreats, universities and ...more
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