From the book jacket '101 Ways to Love Your Job' Stephanie Goddard (Davidson) is considered a subject matter expert in workplace communications and specializes in leadership and interpersonal skills training. Her clients include many Fortune 500 companies as well as non-profit and public sector employers. Frequently appearing as a guest on radio programs and published in numerous articles on workplace communications, Stephanie is the author of '101 Ways to Have a Great Day at Work' which is an Amazon 'business-bestseller'; a SHRM bestseller; and has been translated into 14 languages. She is also a nationally-certified trainer in: -The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People® -FranklinCovey’s Project Management® -"The Skilled Facilitator"® by Schwartz -Covey’s “First Things First” Time Management® -FIRO® Element B® ABLE® Communication Preference Wheel® -Dynamic Dimensions International (DDI) modules -Master certification in Achieve Global’s® leadership programs -Ridge’s "People Skills"® -Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: MBTI® Stephanie lives in Raleigh, NC where she runs workshops and provides coaching to her local government's employees including EMS personnel, social workers, law enforcement officers, rescue workers, engineers and city planners. She is also an instructor with the American Management Association. See her website at http://www.work-stress-solutions.com.
'Why Good People Do Bad Things' by Debbie Ford 'Loving What Is' by Byron Katie
What are your favorite books?
Broken for You by Stephanie Kallos The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron To Kill a Mockingbird by Lee A Return to Love by Williamson
What books would you recommend to your readers?
All of the above listed.
Any message to your readers?
Stop focusing on being right. Start focusing instead on living your own version of a happy life. "Rightness" is antithetical to happiness. And happiness is all any of us really want.
What is your book about? Please provide a description.
Using self-mastery and people skills to make a meaningful contribution through workplace interactions---no matter what you do or what your title is.
How long have you been at work on this book?
About four years. It was a compilation of emails that I sent to the employees in my organization. I had no vision of being paid or creating a book---it was simply a desire to relieve the stress and conflict I saw on a regular basis by sharing my own insights and skills that worked for me.