Who's driving your bus?: codependent business behaviors of workaholics, perfectionists, martyrs, tap dancers, caretakers & people pleasers
When two people bring matching dysfunctional habits to a relationship, the possibilites for disaster multiply. And when the matching partner is not another person but an organization, those possibilites multiply yet again. This guide looks at employees' behaviors and how they can impede an organization's productivity, and it reveals how they can be addressed.
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