Adam and Eve were senior managers at a marketing firm - educated, intelligent, and highly motivated.
Both Adam and Eve have hired excellent employees in their respective departments and are enthusiastic about their careers. Their teams must collaborate on a crucial project, meaning Adam and Eve must work harder to focus and inspire their employees.
But Adam and Eve are soonat odds. In fact, each thinks the other is out of touch with reality - a crazy coworker, if you will. In turn, Adam and Eve's craziness trickles down through both departments, causing team members to view their peers as incompetent, unreasonable, and unreliable.
In the end, a projectenvisioned to make the company a substantial profit winds up losing money. Sound familiar? This type of conflict is prevalent in many firms of today.
Why Is My Coworker So Crazy? is a read for nearly every person who is immersed in today's workplace. It addresses the difficulties of navigating various personalities as well as the influences of company culture. During the course of the book, one is taken on a sequential and thought-provoking journey that reveals the workings of the interactions among people working together in today's climate. It pulls the various influences of behavior apart, breaks them down for the reader to understand them, and forces a self-reflection for each person as they each examine their role of influence in such matters. By the end of the book, each reader not only has a keen understanding of these influences, but also can see his or her direct role in each work environment. The work is less psychological in nature than it is interactive, practical, and easy to retain.
Vito Pandolfo has been helping companies improve their operations for nearly two decades, and is an expert on changing company culture. He claims that most people report about a 20% loss of labor time in their average workweek - this equates to a lot of lost money in an economy... Download and start listening now!