Business as Usual – Or Not
Business As Usual - Or Not !
Business As Usual - Or Not! focuses on the hidden truths, humor, heartaches, and the emotional side of the business work environment. It deals with the everyday employee, leadership, management and self-help. If there is a theme throughout this entire book, this is it, “Do Good Always.” The book's purpose is to make you laugh, make you mad, and draw attention to the things we all do in our working environments that bug the crap out of other people. Stop It! Effective leadership simply means you have inspired others. You have created a path that led your team to success. You were able to celebrate the accomplishments with those who followed your vision. There are a number of self-help questions throughout the book. Basic common sense questions that look at the issues that are hiding under the rug.
What's under your rug? A few topic of interest
- -The Burn
- -Professional Brown Noser Office
- -Giants and Monsters, and Buses - Oh My!
- -Financial & Emotional Health
- - Letting Go Of Stress
- -Management - It's 5 O'clock Somewhere
- -Living the Dream! Hand Me The Remote Please
- -Work after the kids leave home
- -the Empty Nest
- -Don't be Afraid to Disappoint
- -Winds of Change
- -Put Your Busy Bully On Notice
- -Worker Bees
- -Risk Takers
- -and more...
The Author: JB Radcliff JB has a fascination with education and technology and uses those skills to help guide her students understanding toward obtaining their goals. JB spends her evenings designing social media content, blogging, and writing articles on the topics she finds enlightening. A savvy content creator and blogger, she is also a social media advocate. JB was born with a passion for writing and design. JB is the owner of Radcliff Design, a small social media consulting business. She enjoys confronting the issues that incite thoughtful discussion, which means she is most often found conversing with others to envision and expand the domains of her work; in education, social marketing, community organization, and of course writing. To JB, they are all one in the same.