12 Steps to Mastering the Winds of Change: Peak Performers Reveal how to Stay on Top in Times of Turmoil
The first complete, step-by-step guide to managing the pressures of change in the turbulent 1990s and beyond. Drawing on peak performers (Zig Ziglar, Lillian Vernon, and others), celebrity interviews, and his experiences as a counselor and seminal leader, Olesen presents a powerful prescription for change management that can be used at home, on the job, and in society.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
UNLOCKING THE SECRETS OF MASTERING
BEFORE YOU READ THIS BOOK
VIEWING CHANGE AS
22 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
12 Steps ability Allen asked become began believe better boost Buck Rodgers challenge change and stress codependent commitment confidence Cousins Cronkite Daniel Goleman deal discovered Eikenberry emotions employees energy exercise feel focus friends Gertrude Crain goal handle change happen Harvey Mackay Holtz humor interviewed Jenny Craig Jill Eikenberry Jim Tunney Johnson Julia Child keep Ken Blanchard kids L.A. Law laugh Lillian Vernon lives look Mackay magazine manager Michael Tucker mind mistakes negative Norman Cousins optimism optimistic peak performers percent perfectionist Perret person perspective positive practice pressure problems psychologist Psychology Today reported says self-confidence self-talk seminars setbacks situation someone sometimes Step 11 Steps to Mastering Steve Allen STRATEGY successful support group talk tell things thought told Tucker unconscious mind walk week write Zig Ziglar Ziglar