Face It: Recognizing and Conquering the Hidden Fear That Drives All Conflict at Work by Art Horn
Publisher: AMACOM/American Management Association; 1st edition (June 2004) | ISBN-10: 0814408354 | CHM | 0,4 Mb | 240 pages
The primary reason people don't succeed at work is fear, according to Horn, an executive consultant and coach in Toronto. This fear creates different personalities, including worriers, control freaks, fakes, attention-seekers, victims and prisoners. Using examples from his own practice, Horn explains how to diagnose these profiles. He asks people what they're thinking as they continue to exhibit certain behavior, even if the particular demeanor is hurting them professionally. Often, the individuals recall something from their childhood that explains why they act in a certain way.