Breaking Organizational Ties by author Dr. Daryl D. Green

16 Apr

Breaking Organizational TiesHow to Have a More Fulfilled Life in Your Current Job
by author Dr. Daryl D. Green

(Peek inside the book and read a few chapters)

Over 9 million people want to work full-time but can only find part-time employment. According to a Yahoo survey, a third of American workers are anxious about their job security. Breaking Organizational Ties provides practical strategies for employees attempting to cope in jobs or environments which they hate.

While most managers are only concerned with the bottom-line, they leave their employees vulnerable to the casualties of competitive markets. This book will enable readers to (a) learn how to survive and even enjoy your time at work even in a hostile environment, (b) gain greater confidence in your ability to grow while in a downsizing organization, and (c) discover the insight to go beyond your limitations by breaking the barriers of your self-doubt.

Look at what others are saying:

“Many issues affect why we don’t reach our fullest potential. As a human resources professional myself, Daryl Green has hit the nail on the head.”
—Daphine Glenn Robinson Human Resources Manager and Inspirational author of Brotherly Love and Betrayal

“…I recognized sound validity in Dr. Daryl Green’s business insights and the resulting impact change has on its workers.” —Dr. Stephen M. Doty Strategic Initiatives Manager National Grid USA

“Simply a must read.” — Marcus J. Glasper Executive Manager Washington State

“This is a must read for those who continue to work for others but have entrepreneurship dreams.”
—H. Frank Shanklin, Jr. President/C.O.O.

Product Details
Paperback: 124 pages
ISBN-10: 1450511317
ISBN-13: 978-1450511315
Purchase the book today at

About the Author
Dr. Daryl Green has helped thousands with his lectures, seminars, and columns. He has been noted and quoted in such media organizations as USA Today, American Urban Radio, The Bev Smith Show, BET, The Hallerin Hill Show, Black Pearls Magazine and Ebony Magazine.

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