“I’m thrilled,” stated Mr. Deblauwe, “to be included in the Author’s Show 2011 edition of '50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading.' The recognition means so much to me and that my book continues to help people faced with a difficult work environment.”
Career coach Tony Deblauwe has spent years coaching weary employees how to manage a difficult boss, and he has compiled his experiences into this indispensable guide. 'Tangling with Tyrants® Managing the Balance of Power at Work' offers practical techniques that show readers how to build a process that turns things around and build successful outcomes. The book includes guidance on:
* Addressing direct and indirect bad boss behaviors
* Developing the right approach with your boss
* Achieving mutually beneficial outcomes
By applying the techniques in this book, the reader will be equipped with the right tools to handle any boss and create the desired results.
A recent Midwest Book review stated, “ ‘Tangling with Tyrants’ identifies and explains dysfunctional relationship roles, what behaviors will adversely affect an employee, and actually changing the relationship dynamics with enduring, practical, applicable solutions.”
‘Tangling With Tyrants’ was a 2010 Silver Medal Award Winner in the Axiom Business Books Awards, a 2010 Gold Medal Winner in Rebecca’s Reads Book Awards, won Honorable Mention in the 2010 ReaderViews Book Awards and was a Silver Medal Winner in the 2009 Readers Favorite Book Awards. Tony Deblauwe is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is available at his website. ‘Tangling With Tyrants’ is available at Amazon.com and at his website.
Tony Deblauwe is the founder of consulting firm HR4Change and is a blogger at WorkBabble.com. With more than a decade of experience working in human resources functions for Silicon Valley companies he has experienced a wide variety of workplace issues. In addition to his corporate work, Tony is an awarding-winning author and he has been quoted in several media sources including CBS Moneywatch, TheLadders. Monster, and CareerBuilder.