Working Without a Net

Working Without a Net

In response to the fundamental changes sweeping corporate America, Morris Shechtman presents a cutting-edge management philosophy that challenges unrealistic, outdated approaches. Shechtman, a former university professor and psychotherapist, teaches the essential skills for adapting to a rapidly expanding corporate culture -- or any organization or situation where structure and vision are needed. No matter what your goals, here are the new rules of business that will help you generate success, including:
* Growth strategies that help you establish your independence from external forces and foster strength from within
* Powerful exercises that sharpen decision-making, relationship-building, risk-taking, and other critical abilities
* Steps for processing -- not denying -- the inevitable anger and disappointment that follow organizational change
* Six paradigms on professional attitudes, personal goals, and overall world views, and the interplay of personal values and leadership.

With invigorating insight and far-reaching perspective, Working Without A Net empowers you to face new challenges and circumstances with flexibility, confidence and self-sufficiency.
  • Gallery Books | 
  • 272 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780671535810 | 
  • May 1995

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