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The Top Performer's Guide to Attitude examines the crucial topic of attitude in the workplace, in a short guide that employees will want to read and managers will want to give out.Bad attitude can break a workforce; good attitude can bring it to new heights. Top performers must know how to capture the power of attitude both in themselves and their coworkers.In this short and effective guide, Ursiny and DeMoss give the tools and techniques needed to come out on top:-Making smart choices-Focusing your actions-Empathizing and strategizing-Picking your relationships-A weekly attitude planUsing exercises and checklists, employees will find it easier to bring a positive and productive attitude to the workplace and managers will see a vast improvement in their staff.

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									Top Performer's Guide to Attitude
Author: Tim Ursiny
Author: Gary DeMoss
Table of Contents

Introduction: Why Top Performers Focus on Attitude

Section I: Investment in Attitude
Chapter 1: What Top Performers Know about Attitude

Section II: Attitude Choices
Chapter 2: How You See and Treat Yourself: Seven Choices about Your Personal Power
Hopeful vs. Helpless
Potential vs. Stagnation
Ownership vs. Victimhood
Conviction vs. Shame
Venting vs. Whining
Dream vs. Doubt
Past vs. Future

Chapter 3: How You View and Interact with Others: Seven Choices about Your Coworkers
Strengths vs. Flaws
Accepting vs. Judging
Open vs. Closed
Confronting vs. Avoiding
Giving vs. Taking
Forgiving vs. Holding
Delivering vs. Disappointing

Chapter 4: How You Perceive and Relate to the World: Seven Choices Related to Your Work
Opportunities vs. Problems
Impacting vs. Blaming
Tenacity vs. Abandonment
Embracing vs. Resisting
Abundance vs. Scarcity
Gratitude vs. Entitlement
Together vs. Separate

Section III: Developing a Top-Performing Attitude
Chapter 5: Build an Unbreakable Attitude
Determine the Influences
Organize Your Thinking, Emotional, and Behavioral Choices
Influence the Outcome (Execute Your Strategy)
Test Your Approach

Bibliography
Index
About the Authors
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The Top Performer's Guide to Attitude examines the crucial topic of attitude in the workplace, in a short
guide that employees will want to read and managers will want to give out.Bad attitude can break a
workforce; good attitude can bring it to new heights. Top performers must know how to capture the power
of attitude both in themselves and their coworkers.In this short and effective guide, Ursiny and DeMoss
give the tools and techniques needed to come out on top:-Making smart choices-Focusing your actions-
Empathizing and strategizing-Picking your relationships-A weekly attitude planUsing exercises and
checklists, employees will find it easier to bring a positive and productive attitude to the workplace and
managers will see a vast improvement in their staff.
Author Bio
Tim Ursiny
Tim Ursiny, PhD, is a success coach and the author of The Confidence Plan (Sourcebooks, 2005) and
The Coward’s Guide to Conflict (Sourcebooks, 2003).


Gary DeMoss
Gary DeMoss is the author of Making the Client Connection (Dearborn, 2004) and The Financial
Professional’s Guide to Persuading 1 or 1,000.
rsuading 1 or 1,000.

								
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