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Title 100 Great Leading ­Through Frustration Ideas: From leading organisations around the world  
ISBN 9789814841474
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Business
 
Author(s)
Dr Peter Shaw
 
Specifications 130mm x 198mm / 248pp / Paperback
 
Publication Date Mar-2019
 
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 18.60 BUY NOW
 
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About the Book

When can frustration be a stimulus to action?

How best can we address our frustrations and not be overwhelmed by them?

When is there a risk that we wallow in our own frustrations?

How might we enable teams to become more resilient having addressed their frustrations?

Frustration is one of the most frequently felt emotions in the workplace today. It comes in many forms and from many sources—bosses, colleagues, staff, clients, and from within yourself. If left to fester, frustration can quickly impair your ability to work and to lead, and potentially hijack the performance of your entire team and organisation.

100 Great Leading Through Frustration Ideas provides a practical framework for leading yourself and others through frustration. Starting from a simple five-step plan—Understand, Plan, Act, Observe and Reframe—this wise and wide-ranging guide shows you how to address your frustrations in a fresh and constructive way, and use them as a springboard to new breakthroughs.

About the Author

Dr Peter Shaw is a founding partner of Praesta Partners and works with individuals, teams and groups to enable them to grow their strengths and tackle demanding issues confidently. He has held a wide range of board-level posts covering finance, personnel, policy, communications and delivery, and worked in five UK Government Departments. He is the author of 28 influential books on leadership and a Visiting Professor at seven universities.

   
 
  
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