201 Ways to Deal with Difficult People

Paperback | May 22, 1997

byAlan Axelrod, James Holtje

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That special assignment came fully equipped with a problem co-worker? Don't despair! Learn how to work with people that are confrontational, problematic, unwilling­­and still get the job done.

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That special assignment came fully equipped with a problem co-worker? Don't despair! Learn how to work with people that are confrontational, problematic, unwilling­­and still get the job done.

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Hours. There aren't enough of them.Succeeding in business has always been tough. These days, it's downright brutal. What do you need most? All the help you can get. What do you need even more? Time. The Quick-Tip Survival Guides put the two together, giving you all the help you need­­without taking all the time you have. Focusing on th...

Alan Axelrod has a Ph.D. in English and is the author of numerous books including The Penguin Dictionary of American Folklore, The Macmillan Dictionary of Military Biography, Encyclopedia of the American West, and What Every American Should Know About American History. Previously, he served as publishing executive with the Henry Franci...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:150 pages, 7 × 7 × 0.4 inPublished:May 22, 1997Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education

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ISBN - 10:0070062188

ISBN - 13:9780070062184

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Table of Contents

Quick Start.

Helping Them See Things Your Way.

No to More Work.

No to Colleagues and Coworkers.

No to Unwanted Overtime and Unwelcome Business Travel.

No to Salespeople, Offers, and Proposals.

No to Clients and Customers.

No to the Boss.

No to the Requests for Money.

No to Subordinates.

No to a Job Seeker.

No to Inappropriate Language or Behavior.

No to Nuisances.

No to Unreasonable Demands.

No to Time Wasters.

No to Office Bullies.

No to Impossible Assignments.

No to Bad Ideas.

No to Blame.

"No, But...": Offering Alternatives.

No When You'd Like to Say Yes.