This analysis explains how and why the ego plays such a significant role in the workplace while offering advice on dealing with especially egocentric coworkers. Exploring why ego-driven individuals act a certain way, this book also looks at how fellow employees’ egos can affect not only the work environment but also their coworkers' personal lives. Individuals are encouraged to overcome stress and frustration by developing strategies for coping with strong egos in the office while learning to manage their own.
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Published October 28, 2006
by Cyan Communications.
Political & Social Sciences, Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting.