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Hurdles: Human Leaps in the Corporate Race.

This book incorporates the authors' combined experiences gained from years of helping individuals and organizations overcome roadblocks and challenges. It is an easy-to-read compendium of key techniques incorporating a step-by-step focused approach to create lasting change in people who want to survive and grow in their work.

"Hurdles is not for the corporate 'super-achiever' seeking a meteoric rise to wealth and success," says Dr. Marilyn Hayman, "Hurdles allows people to learn and apply proven techniques to their everyday life, one step at a time, one key skill at a time in order to be the best they can be.

Co-author Terry Hayman, adds: "We live in a time of constant change -- a time when we can expect to lose more or gain more on a regular basis. How much we lose or gain depends on how well we are able to predict, initiate and productively deal with change. You can sit and watch the world in confusion or you can change with it, and enrich your life in the process. Whether you are starting out in the mailroom or already a vice-president, Hurdles will help you every step of the way, every day."
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Date:Mar 22, 1993
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