This book aims to help managers contribute effectively and progressively to their organizations without surrendering their individuality. It covers such topics as coping with stress, resolving conflicts, managing change, achieving peak performance, building effective teams and influencing organizational cultures. The author argues that the success of corporations is typically based on the performance of collections of highly effective individuals. He has drawn on theories of psychology, neuroscience, and eastern philosophy as well as his own practical experience in writing this book.
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