CEO of Me: Creating a Life That Works in the Flexible Job Age (paperback)
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Now is the time to take control, and this is the book that will get you there. Drawing on their unparalleled research insights, they show how to identify the personal triggers that cause you the greatest stressmake the small changes that make the biggest differencemake technology work for you, not against youredraw the lines between work and family as your life changesmaster powerful strategies for managing yourself, your colleagues, and your supervisorsleverage emerging work options that are available to our generation for the first time. And if you don't do it, nobody else will. As leaders of North America's largest research projects on work/life balance, Kossek and Lautsch are singularly well-qualified to write this book. You can establish the new rules that will help you achieve true balance between work and the rest of your life. The authors' radical new approach will transform the way you view both your work and your life and help you make the practical changes that lead to true fulfillment.. Ellen Kossek and Brenda Lautsch help you identify which of six worklife "patterns" y
Thoughtful guidance for a sustainable life Amy Tiemann "CEO of Me" takes a 360 degree look at flexibility and comes up with thoughtful advice for all workers. The authors keep an eye on developing a sustainable work-life "flexstyle" and acknowledge that there are many ways to achieve that goal. They look at the major styles of being an Integrator, Separator, or Volleyer and highlight the strengths and challenges of each approach. A major strength of "CEO of Me" is getting each reader to look beyond our habits or assumptions (I had to challenge my assumption that "work-life integration is al. Human Resources Human Resources Author has had world wide experience in this field I am very proud of the author, my daughter!
The book offers self-assessment questionnaires to help readers work out if they are Integrators, Separators, or Volleyers, depending on what life role is most important to them, and provides strategies, tips and tools from there. Frazzled readers may benefit from this helpful and wise approach. . (Jan.)Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Thus the authors have mapped out the most common flexstyles and offer practical solutions for drawing the line between work and family to create a better life in both arenas. From Publishers Weekly In the always-available age of Blackberries, more and more of even the most accomplished individuals struggle to achieve a balance between the demands of work and personal/family life. The authors'