The New Book, Blindsided--Recognizing and Dealing with Passive-Aggressive Leadership in the Workplace, is Now Published and Available for Purchase.

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Can employees learn to recognize passive-aggressive behavior in company leaders? The newly-published book, Blindsided--Recognizing and Dealing with Passive-Aggressive Leadership in the Workplace, will help employees become more aware of the negative impact that passive-aggressive leadership can have on them and their work environment. Frequent mixed signals from the boss about an employee's work performance or future career prospects, an employee who feels used or victimized by specific and persistent behavior in a company leader, or an employee who is often bypassed or ignored when it comes time for a promotion or a salary increase, are just a few of the signs to look out for. There are solutions for dealing with passive-aggressive bosses; awareness of how these leaders behave is the first step toward any potential solution.

A new book, Blindsided--Recognizing and Dealing with Passive-Aggressive Leadership in the Workplace, is now published (publication date June 22, 2008) and available for sale on the E-Store at CreateSpace.com (http://www.createspace.com/3340278). It will be available for purchase on Amazon.com very shortly. The book aims to raise the awareness of employees who work for passive-aggressive men and women so that they can begin to understand the dynamics of a passive-aggressive work environment. Passive-aggressive behavior in company leadership is described in real-life stories from the front--employees who have experienced passive-aggressive behavior from bosses during many years of working. The negative impact that a passive-aggressive work environment has on its employees is emphasized and discussed. Actual problems associated with working for passive-aggressive individuals are presented as well as some potential solutions for how to deal with these types of bosses. The author, Paula M. De Angelis, PhD, has worked in academic research environments for nearly thirty years and received her doctorate from the University of Oslo, Norway, She is the director of De Angelis Freelance Science, a consulting company specializing in scientific and medical writing (http://www.deangelisfreelancescience.com).

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