A Woman and Her Workplace: Building Healthy Relationships from 9 to 5

December 7, 2017 - Comment

Why is it often so difficult to build healthy relationships with our coworkers? The grumpy boss, the arrogant team member, the lazy employee, or the backbiting woman may be part of our workplace reality, and it may be easier to blame them for our workplace woes. But, the easy blame isn’t always the best solution.A

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Why is it often so difficult to build healthy relationships with our coworkers? The grumpy boss, the arrogant team member, the lazy employee, or the backbiting woman may be part of our workplace reality, and it may be easier to blame them for our workplace woes. But, the easy blame isn’t always the best solution.A Woman and Her Workplace shows women how God can perform a deep heart transformation within us that will allow His love and care to flow through us to the people in our workplaces. By delving into the issues that wreak havoc on our workplace relationships, author Rosemary Flaaten provides readers the help they need to develop and apply strong biblical principles of humility, integrity, forgiveness, grace, and celebration in the workplace.Through discussing relationships such as boss to staff, woman to man, woman to woman, and teamwork, Flaaten guides women on a transforming journey through the common workplace difficulties as they develop healthy interaction in their workplace.

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Kathleen M. Kroll says:

Learn to love those you work with, regardless! Basically, the author stresses to love others. Some interesting analogies/stories. Excellent bible verses to look-up. Interesting comparisons to the life of Esther. Used this as a bible study.

Judy Ball says:

Wonderful Book – Honest and Very Practical Advice – Highly Recommend! I LOVED this book! Very practical advice based on solid Scripture-based references. It is helping me look at my day-to-day life and struggles in a secular environment – from God’s perspective. Honest and practical. It is fabulous and I would highly recommend to any Christian woman looking to make a difference in her workplace by following Christ’s example.

June Windle Bare says:

I wish I had gone through this study 40 years … I wish I had gone through this study 40 years ago. It might have made my work ethic more godly, and the work environment more pleasant. Thank you Ms. Flaaten. A Woman and her Workplace models how a Christian woman can be an enjoyable employee by loving God and loving her neighbor…often an unlovely or unloving co-worker. Now that I am retired, I do volunteer work at a pregnancy center. I am grateful for the lessons learned in this book that I may be able to utilize with both the employees of…

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