Human Relations for Career and Personal Success, Fourth Canadian Edition by Andrew J. Dubrin

Human Relations for Career and Personal Success, Fourth Canadian Edition

byAndrew J. Dubrin, Terri M. Geerinck

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Human Relations for Career and Personal Success, 4CE successfully combines social science research findings with practical and accessible work-related features, making it an essential text to help you develop more effective and successful relationships in the workplace. Human Relations show you how to become more effective in your work and personal life through knowledge of and skill in human relations.

        Updated and expanded to emphasize developing human relations skills for the workplace in the new economy. New topics covered include material on life challenges, teamwork, and the impact of new technologies such as social networking. The fourth Canadian edition also features expanded Canadian content, including new statistics from the latest Canadian census, new Canadian research, and new Canadian illustrations and photographs.

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Andrew J. DuBrin is Professor Emeritus at the College of Business, Rochester Institute of Technology where he has taught organizational behavior, leadership and career management. His research interests include human relations and business psychology. His research has been reported in Entrepreneur, Psychology Today, the Wall Street Jo...
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Title:Human Relations for Career and Personal Success, Fourth Canadian EditionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:456 pages, 10 × 8.05 × 1 inPublished:February 1, 2011Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0138127875

ISBN - 13:9780138127879

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Understanding and Managing Yourself

  1. Human Relations and Yourself
  2. Self-Motivation and Goal-Setting
  3. Problem Solving and Creativity
  4. Achieving Wellness and Managing Stress
  5. Dealing with Life-Changes and Personal Problems
  6. Finding Happiness and Enhancing Your Personal Life
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    Part 2: Dealing Effectively With People

        7. Communicating with People

        8. Developing Intercultural Competence

        9. Handling Conflict and Being Assertive

     

    Part 3: Developing Career Thrust

    10. Getting Along with Your Manager or Team Leader

    11. Getting Along with Co-workers and Customers

    12. Developing Self-Confidence and Leadership Skills

    13. Choosing a Career and Developing a Portfolio Career

    14. Conducting a Job Search

    15. Developing Good Work Habits

    16 Getting Ahead in Your Career

     

    Glossary

    References

    Index

Editorial Reviews

“Overall the content of the book is thorough, well-researched, and well-written.” --Doug McLean, Vancouver Island University   “This text does a thorough job of covering all of the major topics in human relations/personal leadership.” --Beverly A. Pederson, Red Deer College   “I appreciate the Canadian perspective in the “Canada Today” sections. There are references to Canadian newspapers, and the letters in the Job Search chapter all have Canadian addresses. I think the emphasis on Canadian content is good.” --Rosalie McMullin, New Brunswick Community College