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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Drama-Free Zone: How to Deal with Conflict at Work (Coaching for Success Series Book 2) by Mark Baggesen is an insightful and thought-provoking book that educates readers on the importance of keeping any drama out of their workspace. Drama in a professional setup can be annoying, distracting, and unproductive, and reading this book is a good way to create a drama-free zone in the workspace. In a world filled with drama, negativity, divisiveness, and other conflicts and unnecessary distractions, this book will help bring peace of mind to the workplace.
The topic is relevant and fresh, and the author has a very logical and straightforward approach, which makes it easy for readers to understand and apply in their daily lives while at work. It is a good book that will help readers understand themselves first and then make necessary changes so that their workspace is peaceful and free from drama. The exercises in the form of questions are helpful to readers when it comes to contemplating what they have read in the book and finding their answers accordingly.
The author's style of expression is simple, neat, and elegant, and it is a good book for readers to find their calmness and peace. It is also a good book for self-analysis and will enable readers to work on how to respond so that a situation can be resolved in a positive way. Having a drama-free environment is best when it comes to working in peace. This book is a good manual for creating peace and calmness in the workspace.