Emotional Health in the World of Work

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • A Special Note to the Reader xiv
  • PART I WHAT KILLED BOB LYONS? 1
  • Chapter 1 Why Did It Happen? 3
  • Chapter 2 Something on the Inside 13
  • Chapter 3 Ego and Reality 24
  • Chapter 4: The Balancing Process 37
  • PART II WHO'S SICK? 49
  • Chapter 5 Fear Reactions 53
  • Chapter 6 Depressive Reactions 66
  • Chapter 7 Withdrawal Reactions 80
  • Chapter 8 Hostility Reactions 95
  • Chapter 9 Bodily Reactions 112
  • Chapter 10 Immaturity Reactions 126
  • PART III PROBLEMS IN CONTEXT 145
  • Chapter 11 Identity Problems 147
  • Chapter 12 Advancement Problems 166
  • Chapter 13 Family Problems 185
  • Chapter 14 Age Problems 197
  • PART IV THE PROBLEM IN HAND 215
  • Chapter 15 Emotional First Aid 219
  • PART V WHAT NEXT? 237
  • Chapter 16 Executive Development 239
  • Chapter 17 Personality Clashes 256
  • Chapter 18 Management by Guilt 267
  • Epilogue 293
  • References 295
  • Index 297
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