Give the boss your opinion & keep the job {+ book}

Better work, information as desired: We give you information you really need and engage with that Federal Ministry of Education as a partner for a sustainable working world. Our publishing house gives print and online media such as Books, Magazine, eCourses out - with over 20 years of experience in corporate publishing and customers like Samsung, Otto, government institutions, publisher Simone Janson one of the 10 most important German bloggers, referenced in ARD, FAZ, ZEIT, WELT, Wikipedia.

What this book can do for you: You support climate protection, quickly receive compact information and checklists from experts (overview and press reviews in the book preview) as well as advice that has been tried and tested in practice, which, thanks to the add-on, lead step by step to success. Because many people dream of giving their bosses who are weak in leadership, choleric or narcissistic, their opinion, but fear negative consequences and even job loss. Fortunately, there is a solution: Cheffing. Employees without an official supervisor function in organizations subtly influence management and indirectly direct their actions and behavior, for example when they co-moderate meetings with rhetorical skill or motivate the team or repeatedly pull the coals out of the fire for the company. For this it is important to understand the communication behavior and also the psychology of other people. The advantage of these interpersonal power games is obvious: In this way, you not only secure your own position in the company, but also gain a considerable amount of personal freedom. And this book shows what is important.

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