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From Difficult to Disturbed: Understanding and Managing Dysfunctional Employees

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Nationally syndicated career columnist Joyce Lain Kennedy's ten best career books for 2007

How does an already busy manager deal with people whose personalities are difficult or even seriously disturbed? The answer lies in using practical psychology to understand just what it is that makes them tick, whether it's something as common as being introverted or extroverted . . .
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Hardcover, 241 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by AMACOM/American Management Association (first published June 30th 1905)
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Erica
A lot of good info in here however I would have liked to see some follow up in regards to advice for these actual employees. I read this because I am terribly antisocial at work and was looking to understand my bosses POV and learn from there. It sorta just indicated you need you seek out EAP and get over it.
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