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Agent For Change

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How do you cope with a domineering wife and a job where you are actually a management consultant hired for advice on making the company run better? Surrounded by backstabbing, power-hungry, less than effective coworkers, can he really be what he was hired for an Agent for Change? When you read this book, you will find how close reality is to this fictional story.
Paperback, 292 pages
Published August 28th 2008 by Eloquent Books (first published August 1st 2008)
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Adrian Griffiths
Paul has started in a new job as a consultant, and is constantly struggling for the acceptance of The Master. The scenarios and often comical circumstances he finds himself in are truly wonderful.
After reading this book, I couldn't help noticing that the characters could be adapted for any workplace, as we all know someone with these traits.
This is a very comical outlook on what is a very serious business. I hope Paul can find it in himself to write more comedy.
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Paul Xavier Jones is married to Amanda and has two daughters, Ameca and Fraya. He worked for a multi-national global corporation as an Engineer and Engineering Manager, and was lucky enough to see some of the world through that job, travelling to North and South America, Europe and the Far East.
He left the electronics industry in 2001 to become a consultant, providing advice, support and training
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