Does our work control us, or do we control our work? Is our sense of worth too closely tied to our work? Are we becoming addicted to work at the expense of our personal lives? How responsible are we, the people we work with and the people we work for? 'Work and Worth' examines how our work can get our of control and at times dominate our lives. Bestselling author Tony Humphreys maintains that our work should challenge, energise and satisfy us and that there should be a healthy flow between work and our personal, interpersonal, family, spiritual and recreational lives. He demonstrates clearly how each of us can create a positive, dynamic work culture. The role that employers and organisations play in this cannot be over emphasised. The conditions they foster, and their interest and interaction with their employees, are crucial in nurturing the correct balance and energy within the workplace. Thorough and sympathetic, 'Work and Worth' shows us how to go about restoring a balance to our lives, and outlines a plan to maintain that balance. See more books by Tony Humphreys A Different Kind of Teacher A Different Kind of Discipline; Examining Our Times; Family, Love It and Leave It; Myself, My Partner; The Power of 'Negative' Thinking; Raising Your Child's Self-esteem (audio cassette); Raising Your Child's Self-esteem (CD); Self-esteem for Adults (audio cassette); Self-esteem for Adults (CD); Self-estem: The Key to Your Child's Future.
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Dr Tony Humphreys is a clinical psychologist, lecturer and internationally acclaimed author of a number of books including 'The Power of "Negative" Thinking', 'A Different Kind of Discipline' and 'The Family - Love it and Leave it'. He has recorded three audio cassettes and his books have appeared in twenty-three foreign-language editions.
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Descrizione libro Newleaf, 2000. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 071713122X