Besides helping the reader to improve his or her relationships at work and anywhere else, this handbook is a powerful source of food for thought for the following reasons: First, the ego has never been approached in such a manner as to separate it into the eight forms presented here. Second, the ego has barely been discussed in terms of its influence on work settings, which is the focus of this handbook. And third, the concepts of length and strength of ego actions and reactions, as presented in the handbook, are new in mainstream psychology and academic literature. So you are acquiring a handbook presenting new perspectives for immediate practical use.
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