Vital friends : the people you can't afford to live without. / Tom Rath
Book | Gallup Press | 2006
Available at Gateway-Racine Campus General Collection (HF 5549.5 M6.3 R3.8 2006)

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218 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
Something's Missing
Part One: Friends in Life
Chapter 1: Who Expects You to Be Somebody?
Chapter 2: The Energy Between
Chapter 3: Better Than Prozac?
Chapter 4: The Silver Lining in a Marriage
Chapter 5: The Rounding Error
Chapter 6: Does Work Balance Life?
Part Two: Friends at Work
Chapter 7: The Three-Friend Threshold
Chapter 8: Can You Be Friends With Your Boss?
Chapter 9: Getting Engaged at Work
Part Three: Developing Vital Friendships
Chapter 10: Sharpening Each Relationship
Chapter 11: The Eight Vital Roles -- Builder -- Champion -- Collaborator -- Companion -- Connector -- Energizer -- Mind Opener -- Navigator
Part Four: Building Vital Friendships at Work
Chapter 12: Family Ties
Chapter 13: The Water Cooler Effect
Chapter 14: Plugging In
Parting Thoughts
Appendixes and References
Appendix A: Your Questions
Appendix B: A Case Study: Can Leaders Set the Tone?
Appendix C: Development of the Vital Friends Assessment: A Technical Report
Appendix D: Gallup Research on Friendships
Summary
Challenging long-held assumptions about relationships, a multidisciplinary study reveals the essential elements of different types of friendships, shedding new light on one's personal relationships with co-workers, colleagues, family, and friends.
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