Making It Work When You Work a Lot: 10 Power Strategies For Connecting As A Couple
Backed by research and commonsense guidance, this guide provides real, workable solutions to help even the most troubled executive relationships get back on track. It was formulated after interviews with nearly 100 executives and their spouses.
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Success Begins with Commitment
Strategy Two Unite Dont Divide
Develop a Culture of Collaboration
Strategy Four Create Lasting Value
Become a Skillful Communicator
Build on Strengths
Grow Your Children Effectively
Protect Your Investment
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