Human Relations for Career and Personal Success
For undergraduate courses in Human Relations, Applied Psychology, Human Relations in the Workplace, and Career Development; also appropriate for a course in Interpersonal Skills Training. Nationally renowned author, Andrew DuBrin brings his years of research and experience to this motivating and conversational text by helping students achieve better interpersonal relationships in both their personal life and on the job. Essential knowlege about human relations through coverage of these major issues; Understanding and Managing Yourself; Dealing Effectively With People; Developing Career Thrust; and Managing Your Personal Life, makes this text is appropriate for courses where students need to achieve an understanding of interpersonal skills, job search techniques, and even personal finance to make them successful after graduation or enhance potential for those who are already working.
- Paperback | 544 pages
- 205.7 x 256.5 x 25.4mm | 1,133.99g
- 09 Jul 2004
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 7th edition
Table of contents
I. UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING YOURSELF. 1. Human Relations and Yourself. 2. Self-Motivation and Goal Setting. 3. Problem Solving and Creativity. 4. Achieving Wellness and Managing Stress. 5. Dealing with Personal Problems. II. DEALING EFFECTIVELY WITH PEOPLE. 6. Communicating with People. 7. Handling Conflict and Being Assertive. 8. Getting Along with Your Manager, Coworkers, and Customers. 9. Developing Cross-Cultural Competency. III. DEVELOPING CAREER THRUST. 10. Choosing a Career and Developing a Portfolio Career. 11. Conducting a Job Search. 12. Developing Good Work Habits. 13. Getting Ahead in Your Career. 14. Developing Self-Confidence and Becoming a Leader. IV. MANAGING YOUR PERSONAL LIFE. 15. Managing Your Personal Finances. 16. Finding Happiness and Enhancing Your Personal Life. Glossary. Name Index. Subject Index.
About Andrew J. Dubrin
Andrew J. DuBrin, Ph.D. An accomplished author, Andrew J. DuBrin, Ph.D., brings to his work years of research experience in human relations and business psychology. His research has been reported in Entrepreneur, Psychology Today, the Wall Street Journal, Fortune Small Biz, and over 100 national magazines and local newspapers. An active speaker, Dr. DuBrin has appeared as a guest on over 350 radio and television shows. He has published numerous articles, textbooks, and well-publicized professional books. Dr. DuBrin received his Ph.D. from Michigan State University and is currently teaching leadership, organizational behavior, and career management at the Rochester Institute of Technology.