A New Book About Modern Workplaces by Paula M. De Angelis

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One Hundred Haikus for Modern Workplaces is now published. Paula M. De Angelis reflects in these short haiku poems about the consequences of modern workplace behaviors and trends on employees and the challenges associated with dealing with them.

Paula M. De Angelis, author of the popular book about passive aggressive workplace leaders (Blindsided—Recognizing and Dealing with Passive Aggressive Leadership in the Workplace), has written a new book about modern workplaces, entitled One Hundred Haikus for Modern Workplaces. It is available as a Kindle book on Amazon.com: http://tinyurl.com/lkm6po4.

This poetry collection deals with workplace behaviors, bureaucracy, changes, leadership, politics and other aspects of the modern work environment. By turns pithy, witty, and ironic but always relevant, these short poems offer reflections about the consequences of modern workplace behaviors on employees and the challenges associated with dealing with them. A few excerpts from the book highlight these situations:

Passive aggressive
Another name for how to
Blindside your colleagues

Where are the leaders
This week, sorry I forgot
Leadership courses

You must praise yourself
No one else does that for you
Well-done, you go girl

So many new trends
Like New Public Management
LEAN LeanIn ThrowOut

Paula M. De Angelis was born in Tarrytown, New York and lives in Norway at present. She is the author of two collections of poetry besides the book Blindsided: Recognizing and Dealing with Passive-Aggressive Leadership in the Workplace. She is currently working on a new collection of poetry and a novel about growing up in Tarrytown. She also blogs about her life as an expat in Norway in her blog: A New Yorker in Oslo: http://paulamdeangelis.blogspot.com. For more information about some of her other recent books, visit her author page on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/PhD-Paula-M.-De-Angelis/e/B002BM8OLW

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