Happy At Home, Happy At Work
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Paperback / Softback
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
175
Utgivningsdatum
2008-01-01
Förlag
Marriage Transformation Llc
Medarbetare
Greenberg, Cathy L.
Illustrationer
b/w illus
Dimensioner
211 x 137 x 13 mm
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226 g
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1
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22:B&W 5.5 x 8.5 in or 216 x 140 mm (Demy 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9780981666600
Happy At Home, Happy At Work

Happy At Home, Happy At Work

The Powerful Rewards of Building Character

Paperback / Softback Engelska, 2008-01-01
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Do you want to be happy at home and at work? Thriving workplaces have employees who are happy in thriving relationships and marriages. Whether at home or at work, qualities such as commitment, co-operation, courtesy, helpfulness, truthfulness, trustworthiness, and more, set the foundation for making wise choices. The core of this practical book is appreciating and implementing the words and actions that demonstrate these character strengths. These traits have the power to increase happiness and productivity in your life when you implement them effectively. Creating happiness is possible, and it then travels from home to work and back again.
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“i think the work world is ripe for topics such as this book. with profit being the driving force behind many successful businesses, it is easy for us to become confused and think that more money or power is what makes us happy. if that were true, the richest and most powerful among us would be the happiest. we need only live this way for a short while to see that happiness does not come from feeding our desires and rejecting our aversions. as we come to realize this in our personal and family lives, we may experience an incongruency with how we feel we must act at work. in Happy at Home, Happy at Work, Susanne offers a clear and straightforward way for us to cultivate specific character traits that lead to happiness, allowing our personal and work life to reflect the strength and congruency that come when we live from our deepest values.”

~ john cunningham, director of advanced process services, the rovisys company

 

“freud had it right: humans need success in both love and work to be happy and fulfilled. it's great to have a book that not only helps us stay mindful about the necessity to maintain balance in these two vital areas but that also gives us ‘crossover’ tools that work in both arenas.”

~ Diane Sollee, Founder and Director of smartmarriages.com

 

“in this readily accessible and enlightening resource, susanne alexander brings together research and knowledge from a wide variety of fields. she elaborates a reasoned and logical case for what business leaders already know intuitively about workers with character qualities like honesty, commitment, trustworthiness, love, excellence, and more. these individuals can better navigate the worlds of work and home, and they have a positive impact on both. this book is a must-read for people who know that balancing their total lives yields happiness and greater results for their families and workplaces.”

~ matthew d. turvey, psy.d. lp, author of Marriage and Family Wellness: Corporate America’s Business?; Director of Strategic Alliances, Life Innovations

 

“examining the link between life satisfaction and work satisfaction is an important area of research and application. and, viewing every employee as a whole individual with richness in every facet of life is vital to long-term organizational success. thank goodness a resource like this one is now available. this book will certainly enrich the life of every reader and organization that chooses to use it systematically.”

~ johanna merritt wu, ph.d., Organizational Development Consultant; a former VP of Human Resources and VP of Quality at GE Capital

 

 

 



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Susanne M. Alexander, president, holds a Communications degree (business emphasis) from Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio. She is a character specialist and relationship/marriage coach. Susanne's background includes business roles at many companies and company levels for over 20 years. As a business journalist, she wrote over 125 business trend and in-depth articles for Newsweek and Crain's Cleveland Business. Susanne is the author or coauthor of Marriage Can Be Forever-Preparation Counts!, Pure Gold: Encouraging Character Qualities in Marriage, Can We Dance? Learning the Steps for a Fulfilling Relationship, A Perfectly Funny Marriage: A Humorous View of Creating a Successful Marriage, and College and Career Success Simplified. Susanne is a member of Toastmasters International and the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

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Foreword: Cathy Greenberg, Ph.D., Certified Personal and Executive Coach

 

Introduction: Do You Want to Be Happy?

           

PART 1: Exploring Character and Happiness

 

1: the art of creating happiness

            being happy at home

            being happy at work

            discovering your happiness tools

           

2: what is character?

 

3: the language of character development

            strengths

            areas that need strengthening

            misuse of character strengths

 

4: character development

 

5: character qualities for creating happiness at home and at work

 

6: the importance of character at home

 

7: the importance of character at work

 

8: making character-based choices at home

 

9: making character-based choices at work

 

10: the power of words

            negative words at home and at work

                        criticism

                        backbiting, gossip, and slander

            positive words at home and at work

 

11: the power of actions

 

12: understanding and developing your character

            understanding self-assessment

            when to assess yourself

            challenges with assessing and developing yourself

            choosing to change for the better

            responding to feedback

            assessing my character (worksheet)

            developing my character (worksheet)

            assessing my mis...