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  • Paperback: 193 pages
  • Publisher: Dr Z Bobich (Dec. 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0953672409
  • ISBN-13: 978-0953672400
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 14.8 x 1.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,496,709 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I have finished reading the book and I enjoyed tremendously - considering the subject matter I didn't think I would, but Dr Bobich have this gallows humour which really shows through in his writing. 'Enemy' deserves to become a Web classic, because it speaks to the condition of so many people who struggle in the painful process of working with others - and with dysfunctional bits of themselves, since parts of these 'types' are within all of us to some extent.
It is reminiscent of Webster ('much possessed by death, he saw the skull beneath the skin'), Aesop, Montaigne, and Schopenhauer, informed by a 21st century sensibility, marinated in Freud and strained through exposure to violence and terror as inescapable facts of daily life.
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Recognise Your Enemy is a deceptively simple book to read or to use as a manual. However, the ideas generated reach a level of your consciousness not normally associated with the business world. It will make you evaluate how you interact with colleagues, friends and enemies. With the great emphasis on technology in business, it challenges our current thinking that business is just about making profits! It is also a great alternative for the businessperson that is thinking about or using medication to solve their problems of stress in the work place. It is definitely a book that should be in every manager's library.
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This comprehensive and systematic book attempts to highlight the reality of dynamics often encountered in different organisations. It impressively categorises traits attached to different personalities and the attitudes they tend to adopt. It, without doubt, refers to personality traits and attributes and although does not attempt to offer a cure it certainly helps to understand. It is a must for both employers and employees to have so that an insight into these intricate and complex interactions are realised. I congratulate Dr Bobich for this fascinating work.
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In the struggle to make sense of the often difficult world of working relationships, Dr Bobich has made a fascinating contribution. He starts with Nietzsche - 'a life without an enemy is not worth living' - and ends by reflecting that 'it is not the point to destroy an enemy outside, but inside oneself'. Dr Bobich's writing is wonderfully colourful; and descriptions, homilies and advice are couched in memorable terms. This book is worth reading for the language alone but I urge you to read it for its reflection on human social relations.
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The dynamics of the workplace can be personally challenging. By heightening awareness of our own and others' personality traits, Dr Bobich offers a way of understanding who's doing what to whom and how to stay ahead. Based on well documented personality types, 'RECOGNISE YOUR ENEMY' is invaluable for anyone strugling to make sense of their working life.
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