Seth Bernstein, Ph.D.
Emotions, Meaning, and Management examines the psychological challenges managers face every day. My book focuses on the interactions that wear managers down, leaving us wondering where we ever got the brilliant idea that directing the work of other people would be fun and personally rewarding. These are feelings managers rarely admit to, much less talk about. In Emotions, Meaning, and Management, the psychological issues and situations that lead to these feelings are explored. The book teaches managers the skills they will need to address these challenges and provides a realistic set of expectations that will help managers find fulfillment in their jobs.
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