How to love the job you hate: job satisfaction for the 21st century

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Beagle Bay Books, 2004 - Business & Economics - 191 pages
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Executive coach Jane Boucher gives tips and strategies on how to cope with irritating bosses and co-workers, fall back in love with your job and improve at-work self-esteem. Also a section on how employers can motivate workers.

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Contents

Chapter One How to Love the Job You Hate
3
Chapter Three How to Love the Personality You Hate
25
Chapter Four How To Love The Boss You Hate
36
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About the author (2004)

Jane Boucher is the author of seven books, including the best-selling

How to Love the Job You Hate. The subject of several interviews and

profiles by Forbes and the New York Times, she is also a nationally

syndicated newspaper columnist, writing for business journals across

the country from her home in Reno, Nevada.

Boucher's professional speaking career has seen her appear before

the U.S. Senate, the USDA, Department of the Navy, U.S. Air Force,

FDIC, Merrill Lynch, General Motors, Toyota, and other well-known

organizations. She has been on more than 1,000 radio and television

programs, including CNBC, CBN, and CNN. The National Speakers

Association awarded her the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP)

designation, a distinction boasted by fewer than 8 percent of

professional speakers.

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