I Did All the Work: Why Did They Attack Me?: Scapegoat Theory in the Workplace
The purpose of this book is to identify the dynamics of scapegoat theory, a form of lateral violence. This book is purposefully less than 150 pages. The intention is for you to get an overview of the best body of knowledge about scapegoating, to identify your strengths, and areas you would like to learn more about. You will find a list of references at the end of the book, which will help you on your journey to being more effective in avoiding being scapegoated.
What’s Next? Create Your Dream Job With a Plan B
What’s Next? Create Your Dream Job With a Plan B is a great way to take a fresh look at your career. The ten chapters unlock the key factors to creating your dream job. This book is direct, yet comprehensive enough to cover all the essential elements to finding a new job or passion in your current work. You can read the book in less than 2 hours and spend as much time as you like working on the exercises to figure out What’s Next for you.
Passion: Finding What Energizes Your Career
Do you ever look at a successful person and wonder, “why can’t I find a job like that and be successful?” Every one of us is capable of living out our dreams. This book will help you map out your dreams in a step-by-step approach and to successfully achieve your goals to find passion in your work. Passion can be just finding a different way of approaching your current work, so that it is more meaningful. It all begins with finding something you are passionate about. When you look at successful people in any walk of life be it business, the arts, sports, or health care, the one consistent characteristic is that successful people love what they do. They wake up in the morning and cannot wait to get to work and jump into the day’s activities. You can achieve your dreams too, but in order to achieve them you must map out a plan.
The Emotional Side of Job Loss: Overcoming the Emotional Side of Job Change
It’s not how you handle the good times that matters in life. The true test in life is how you handle tragedy, loss, and the challenge of what to do next. Whether you have lost your job or live with the fear of losing your job, this is the book for you. Job loss can be terrifying and paralyzing. But, there is hope. You can overcome a job loss by realizing you are not alone and applying the steps that other effective people have learned. Yes, if you think it, see it, and believe it you too will be successful again. Read the stories of others who have overcome job loss and follow a step-by-step approach to regaining your confidence, empowering yourself, and finding your next career opportunity. A great companion to Dr. Grossman’s other books: What’s Next Create Your Dream Job With a Plan B and Passion Finding What Energizes Your Career.