Corporate America's Misbehaving Children

by Marjorie Wooster; Sandra Simoneaux



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 01/01/0001

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 72
ISBN : 9781418494223

About the Book

Children move through many stages from birth to adulthood.   Most children move successfully through these maturation stages.  Sometimes however, the child is unable to conquer a particular stage in their development and continues to move into the next stage with an unresolved maturation step left behind. They reach adulthood still possessing the behavior trait that was never dealt with successfully in their childhood years and carry it into the business world. They are everywhere in the corporate world:  bullies, teacher’s pet, raging hormone adolescents, rebellious ones, the narcissistic and passive manipulator to name a few. This fictional book is about those children and their behaviors in the adult corporate world.

About the Author

The authors of Corporate America’s Misbehaving Children have thirty plus years in the field of Human Resources and their motivation for writing this book of stories and analogies was the overwhelming similarities they observed between their experiences in watching their children grow up and move through the many maturation stages as they strive to reach adulthood and some of the behaviors of the adults observed at all levels in the corporate professional environment.  Their desire is for the reader to be able to connect with their analogies and stories and laugh, relate and tell his or her own story about one or many of the characters or scenarios in the book.