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You Can't Talk to Me That Way!

Stopping Toxic Language in the Workplace
Bell, Arthur H. (Unknown - 2005 )
You Can't Talk to Me That Way!


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You Can't Talk to Me That Way! stands up to verbally abusive bosses, coworkers, and others, and says, "Enough!" This book is for anyone who has become discouraged, withdrawn, and isolated at work due to verbal attacks...or, just as often, been provoked into a shouting match with his or her attacker. Toxic language in the workplace causes people to withhold their best efforts, transfer to a different division, or quit outright. Book jacket.
Authors: Bell, Arthur H. (Arthur Henry), 1946-
Title: You can't talk to me that way!
stopping toxic language in the workplace
Publisher: Franklin Lakes, NJ :, Career Press,, c2005
Characteristics: 221 p. :,ill. ;,21 cm
ISBN: 156414822X
Branch Call Number: HF5549.5.E43 B45 2005
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