Speaking about Managing Annoying People is so much more than talking. Don’t get me wrong, I like to talk. I live to talk. I enjoy managing. I relish managing annoying people. I exist to provide words of wisdom and new ways of looking at situations when you are stuck and not having fun, especially at work. And usually, it’s not what you expect, that gets you. I love to help you become a better you. More importantly I’ll help you have more fun at work while you increase your sphere of influences. That means your boss (even if you are the boss, your Board) and your direct reports, and their reports will value your thoughts, advice and direction.
Check my interview on @SarderTV. We talked about my book #ManagingAnnoyingPeople #AlignedWorkplace and much more bout how to stop annoying people from stealing our zen or how to find your zen…..watch it here Managing Annoying People on SarderTV.
Learning is Imperative
What is this book different from others?
And there’s more segments. See the rest of the series on SarderTV Managing Annoying People. Don’t fret, I’ll email them to you next week! Stay on the lookout.
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Thanks to the SarderTV team for featuring me. Special shoutout to Vanessa Tyler, Correspondent for her research and thoughtful questions.
Listening isn’t enough! Read the book or read my blog or call me. If it’s the middle of the night, wait till the am and call me and buy the book now at #Managing Annoying People on Amazon! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning is Imperative!