The Anatomy of Peace (häftad)
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Penguin Books Ltd
The Arbinger Institute (ed.)
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212 g
The Anatomy of Peace (häftad)

The Anatomy of Peace

How to Resolve the Heart of Conflict

Häftad Engelska, 2016-07-07
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The Anatomy of Peace will instil hope and inspire reconciliation. Through a series of moving stories about once-bitter enemies reunited, it shows us how we routinely misunderstand the causes of conflict - and perpetuate the very problems we're trying to solve. The Anatomy of Peace shows you how to: - Focus on helping things go right, rather than 'fixing' things that go wrong - Think about others as people with fears of their own, not obstacles in your way - Stop worrying about how the world sees you - Learn to move away from blame and bitterness
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The Anatomy of Peace is truly transforming and powerful * Don Serratt, Founder and CEO, Life Works UK * A can't-put-it-down, enthralling story of peacemaking -- The Reverend Victor de Waal, former Dean of Canterbury Cathedral Whether you're trying to get along with your manager, coworkers or family, there are great lessons in this book. Inspirational -- Personnel Today The theoretical work underlying this book is deep and significant in its diagnosis of the ills of our society - from the small scale of individual self-deceptions to self-deceptions of whole cultures -- Rom Harre, Professor of Psychology, Fellow Emeritus, Linacre College, Oxford University Phenomenal . . . compelling . . . This is a book that every manager, teacher, advisor and parent should read and apply -- Steven C. Wheelwright, Professor Emeritus, Harvard Business School