GSEHD alumna Dr. Brigid Cooper (Ed.D., Educational Leadership) published a new book called, Unflappable: How Smart People Quit Overthinking, Ditch the Drama, and Thrive at Work.
Per the book description:
You can assemble the smartest, most capable professionals in an organization, and their success will hinge on the quality of their interactions because success depends on the ability to understand oneself and others. Interpret wrong, and stress and conflict will reign.
When you’re stressed out, your relationships suffer. When your relationships are strained, you’re stressed. Round and round it goes. The workforce is brimming with those who not only lack the tools to interrupt the cycle but possess the behaviors that make it worse.
How do you take charge of yourself, ditch the drama, and find calm at work? Through evidence-based conflict resolution and stress relief strategies you’ll: Stop overthinking yourself into inaction. Find solutions to what’s stressing you out. View conflict (and what’s feeding it) differently and address it strategically.
Unflappable: How Smart People Quit Overthinking, Ditch the Drama; and Thrive at Work is a collection of game-changing tools, tactics, and frameworks professionals all around the world have used to wildly improve the way they work and live—to succeed faster, bounce back higher, and live happier.