Survival in a Hostile Environment: What to Do When Your Boss/Colleagues Want You Dead

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WestBow Press, Jan 20, 2011 - Fiction - 152 pages
This book enables persons to recognize possible budding signs of hostile environments. The book also commends itself to individuals in positions of authority or leadership to watch their thoughts, words and actions, lest they constitute hostile environments, even if inadvertently, to their followers, staff, students and neighbours. The book avers that life is full of political intrigues and that the work place is a proper arena for testing ones ability to survive. It teaches several principles for surviving the hostile environment.
 

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Chika Diokpala Ossai-Ugbah, Ph.D is the Senior Pastor of Covenant Life Baptist Church, Ugbowo, Benin City. He is an Associate Fellow of the Insitiute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators from where he earned ChMc. Chika is a graduate of Harvard Kennedy School of Government, L21 Spring, 2012. He is involved in seminars to train workers and develop skills for relations. Together with his wife Ngozi they run Living Oracles International Ministries: a ministry dedicated to human development through arming people with skills for decision making, proving direction and deliverance from spiritual obstacles that can hinder physical and spiritual progress. Chika is an ordained minister of the Nigerian Baptist Covenantion. A verstile speaker and conference facilitator. He holds an NCE (Agbor); BA (Ibadan); B.TH (Lousville); MTH (Ogbomoso), MA, Ph.D (Ekpoma). Chika lives in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria where he pastors Covenant Life Baptist Church, Ugbowo, Benin City. He is married to Ngozi, and they are blessed with a Son: Ashimamaka and a daughter: Uchebuaku.

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