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Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite
Career CPR: How to Thrive in any Workplace Environment by Tami Gilbert is a short self-help book that explores the psychology of working successfully with others, especially difficult co-workers. In this book, readers find the wisdom to not only survive but thrive in difficult and challenging workplaces. Readers will understand the common types of personalities in the workplace, find tools to handle difficult personalities, determine the factors that contribute to success and satisfaction at work, learn how to create a life-work balance, and a lot more. From working for difficult bosses to finding happiness, to unlocking the power of meditation, the author offers thoughts that will transform the way most of us approach our work.
In a busy world, where most people spend the greater part of their life at work, the author underlines the importance of transforming work into an experience that is uplifting and that nourishes the sense of satisfaction and meaning that many people want. Tami offers powerful lessons and insights, drawing from her three decades of work experience in the healthcare and safety industry. She shows a keen understanding of the challenges and obstacles that professionals encounter every day and offers workable and actionable solutions for them. Career CPR: How to Thrive in any Workplace Environment is designed to offer readers the tools to transform their workplaces into places of growth and avenues of creating meaningful experiences. I enjoyed the author’s tips on dealing with those persons at work who can’t hold their temper or the boss who abuses their power. The writing is fluid, conversational, and very accessible. This is a great book for anyone who finds their work environment toxic and unhealthy.