名叫妥協的陷阱

怎樣在事業上成功并不背叛你的靈魂

The Compromise Trap : How to Thrive at Work Without Selling Your Soul

  • 出版日期:2014/08/12
  • 語言:英文
  • ISBN: 9781605095813
  • 字數: 91,448
電子書售價:USD$ 14.49

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A detailed and inspiring strategy for staying true to yourself at work while contributing to your organization's effectiveness and integrity

• Based on over fifty candid interviews with businesspeople at all levels, including vivid firsthand accounts of compromise and courage

• Eminently practical and constructive, with exercises and strategies you can apply wherever you work

Healthy compromise is a fact of organizational life, part of accomplishing any meaningful goal with other people. But when it involves betraying your word, your principles, or other important commitments, it takes a bite out of your passion and vitality, trapping you in a web of nagging doubts and regrets or even dread and remorse. Sadly, certain common misconceptions about compromise mean we can fall into this trap unknowingly, making a sort of "devil's bargain by degrees." Even worse, this can happen while working for companies and leaders we otherwise respect and admire.

So what can you do, short of sacrificing your career?

In this unflinching but consistently constructive and timely look at concessions, double-binds, and contradictions of organizational life, Doty suggests the antidote is to "redefine the game" - expand your ability to be a positive force regardless of the setting. At the

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A detailed and inspiring strategy for staying true to yourself at work while contributing to your organization's effectiveness and integrity

• Based on over fifty candid interviews with businesspeople at all levels, including vivid firsthand accounts of compromise and courage

• Eminently practical and constructive, with exercises and strategies you can apply wherever you work

Healthy compromise is a fact of organizational life, part of accomplishing any meaningful goal with other people. But when it involves betraying your word, your principles, or other important commitments, it takes a bite out of your passion and vitality, trapping you in a web of nagging doubts and regrets or even dread and remorse. Sadly, certain common misconceptions about compromise mean we can fall into this trap unknowingly, making a sort of "devil's bargain by degrees." Even worse, this can happen while working for companies and leaders we otherwise respect and admire.

So what can you do, short of sacrificing your career?

In this unflinching but consistently constructive and timely look at concessions, double-binds, and contradictions of organizational life, Doty suggests the antidote is to "redefine the game" - expand your ability to be a positive force regardless of the setting. At the

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