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KEYS to Tune Up Your Work Relationships

Struggling to deal with diverse personalities? Is your boss a micromanaging nightmare? Does “collaboration” really mean you’re handling the entire project? With an MA in psychology, Susan Spero—author, leadership consultant, and executive coach—has spent over three decades transforming off-key companies into bastions of melodic efficiency. Now she’s here to share her innovative approaches to ending cacophony in the office while fostering a sense of community and cooperation.

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Discover eye-opening insights into easing stress while managing professional connections.

Discord in the workplace got you down?

"A refreshingly creative examination of how to work well with others."

-Kirkus Reviews

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Cover of 5 Tips to Defuse and Resolve Conflicts

Any time you have two or more people interacting at work, in families, or in their community, you have the potential for conflict.

What can you do when disagreements escalate?

How do you calm everyone down and seek resolutions?

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What Business Leaders Are Saying

Harmony at Work will improve working relationships between managers and workers at every level. Susan Spero has risen above bland business jargon to create a unique, comprehensive guide.”


Coauthor of The New One Minute Manager® and 
Servant Leadership in Action

Meet the Author
Author Susan Spero

Susan Spero has been an organizational consultant for nearly four decades. She founded Spero & Company Consultants, LLC, on April Fool’s Day, 1987, which says a lot about her sense of humor.

Now, she has summarized her years of experience with a wide range of people and organizations into a clear and accessible guide, Harmony at Work. The conceptual models, behavioral tools, and practical application exercises will help the reader create stronger, more productive relationships at work, regardless of their current role or tenure.

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