It's All About Relationships!: New Ways to Make Them Healthy and Fulfilling, at Home and at Work

It's All About Relationships!: New Ways to Make Them Healthy and Fulfilling, at Home and at Work

by Karen L. Rancourt


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IT’S ALL ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS! New Ways to Make Them Healthy and Fulfilling, at Home and at Work takes the uncertainty and thorniness out of relationships. No more being confused, or unsure about what to do, often doing something that makes a relationship even worse! This self-help book provides the skills needed to manage effectively all personal and professional relationships. It clearly explains how to replace the randomness and indecisiveness in interpersonal interactions with confidence, focus, and direction. By completing a simple instrument to assess the building blocks of relationships, it quickly becomes clear as to what is working in a given relationship and what is not working. A variety of easy-to-implement actions are presented to get desired outcomes in relationships — that is, to build, maintain, strengthen, change, or end them.

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ISBN-13: 9780989627429
Publisher: Karen L. Rancourt
Publication date: 01/31/2019
Pages: 206
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Karen L. Rancourt, Ph.D., has enjoyed over 50 years of varied experience. Starting as an elementary school teacher, she went on to become a college professor, management consultant to Fortune 100 companies, career coach, and author of six books and a dozen articles. Through her publications, workshops, and seminars, Dr. Rancourt has helped thousands of professionals, parents, and grandparents make important decisions affecting their personal and professional lives and relationships.

She currently writes an advice column, Ask Dr. Gramma Karen, for - a national, online community offering resources, support, and education to expectant moms, young parents, and other family members. Her columns focus on the unique relationships and issues that develop between young parents, grandparents, and grandchildren, and how to resolve them. Her column also appears in GRAND Magazine.

Dr. Rancourt has a B.S. degree from Boston University, and her Ph.D. from the University of Maryland. Her recreational activities include running, biking, and paddle boarding. She and her husband split their time between Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and the Jersey Shore, where they enjoy spending time with their two grandsons, other family members, and friends.

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