Do you work in Healthcare: Are you a Nurse? Are Staboteurs™ in Your Midst?
• Are there bullies in your workplace?
• Do you have to deal with Pit Bulls with lipstick?
• Has anyone intentionally undermined you?
• Does your workplace keep the disrupters?
• Have you ever thought about quitting?
Every workplace has them—the pit bulls that hide behind lipstick and designer clothes; snakes who flick their abrasive tongues and voice at
any and all; the scorpions who sting with a slap of their heavy backhand;
the skunks that seem innocent until you get in their space; and the slugs ... those who are “just there” and breathing, barely.
Stabotage!™ How to Deal with the Pit Bulls, Skunks, Snakes,
Scorpions & Slugs in the Health Care Workplace reveals how to
effectively deal with the bad girls and boys that inhabit every environment …
be it one you get paid to be in or one you volunteer your time for.
Workplace pioneer Dr. Judith Briles has included her revised CarefrontingScript™ Dialogue, updates on the latest in communication techniques in dealing with conflict and toxic behavior, and the ins and outs of determining a workplaces true culture.
JUDITH BRILES is The Book Shepherd®, working with beginning and already published authors for over two decades. She’s knowledgeable and entertaining.
Her 37 books have been translated to 16 languages; sold a combined 1,000,000 in copies and generated in excess of $5,000,000 in revenues from combined book sales and speaking fees. Judith knows publishing inside and out from both the traditional and independent sides. As an advocate for authors within her blogs, podcasts and speaking engagements. What’s her pet peeve? Two words: publishing predators.
In my book, Stabotage-How to Deal with the Pit Bulls, Skunks, Snakes, Scorpions and Slugs in the Health Care Workplace, a key chapter focuses on communications--missed, screwed up, horribly delivered--you name it. It's key in reducing conflict in the workplace.
It's May--Nurse Week begins on May 6th. Celebrate what they do--who they are!
The greatest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place ... George Bernard Shaw, playwrite