RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. (PRWEB) April 05, 2021
Donnalakshmi Selvaraj is a former secretary, analyst, manager, and consultant and has obtained a Master’s degree from California State University, Sacramento (CSUS), with over forty years of a combination of HR EEO/AA corporate, state government, educational, community service and faith-based experience. Indira Selvaraj is also a graduate of CSUS who has been in the work force for more than twenty years in a variety of positions, including clerical office worker, medical office supervisor, and consultant. These two American women of color have published their new book “The Hate In Their Heart Should Not Be Part Of Your American Management Journey”: a thought-provoking work providing readers and leaders an opportunity to privately self-assess their management-decision making style to achieve greater success in their professional lives. Essentially, they have created a platform to be able to discuss hate in the workplace in a professional manner.
The authors start “The Hate In Their Heart Should Not Be Part Of Your American Management Journey” with references by American politicians encouraging ALL to listen to our better angels. This is an excellent book with which to take a journey through the development of American management theories and practices and to identify Hate-Based (i.e. to dislike, detest, abhor, loathe, despise someone) versus Management-Based (i.e. referring to laws, company policy, strategic intent, data, analysis of information) decision-making. This is a book about management from an employee’s perspective and also includes a workbook for management to privately self-assess their Management-Based decision-making at the end of each chapter. This book is a follow-up book to the employee resource book titled, “How To Work In Hell Successfully And Not Get Burned By The Flames”. Both books have been written as a resource for employees and managers in the post-2008 Great Recession workplace where economies have been shaken worldwide and getting and/or keeping a job has become more and more challenging due to Hate-Based decisions by Managers. These authors take you on an informational, entertaining, and humorous journey of the history of American management and American startups while highlighting one’s ability to make hate-based versus management-based decisions, which it was thought was covered by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to protect employees against discriminatory and retaliatory practices based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin. This book is also a very timely release due to the Hate-Based and racially motivated decision making used by police, causing violence in America, sparking protests and demonstrations that have quickly spread throughout America and worldwide in 2020. Hate and unethical practices by the police, including murder, have stirred the hearts of people in America and worldwide to demand fairness and justice from police personnel when they perform their job duties. This is the SAME fairness and justice people expect at work when they perform their job duties; however, often times they do not receive this fairness based upon perceived racial and gender injustice, which is the subtle form of Hate-Based decision making that Managers so often explain away to justify and hide “the hate in their heart” and their Hate-Based decision making.
The authors gently challenge your heart to privately self-assess your decision-making process to encourage you to make Management-Based decisions versus Hate-Based decisions to allow you and/or the organization you work for to move to your next level of well-being and prosperity, whereby a Management model for “surviving to thriving” is also included. The authors hope you will enjoy this American management journey and that this becomes an American classic because they bring to light an age-old and timeless issue of HATE and how “hate can enter into one’s heart,” which can adversely affect one’s ability to thrive, verses just survive, at work or in life - Amen.
Published by Page Publishing, Donnalakshmi Selvaraj and Indira Selvaraj’s engrossing book is an insightful resource for anyone in a management-level or leadership position.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Hate In Their Heart Should Not Be Part Of Your American Management Journey” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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