3417Re: [americancomm] In need of some resources...
- Jan 4, 2010I have found two books that may be useful for you..
Learning to Change by de Caluewe and Vermaak
Managing Organizational Deviance by Kidwell and Martin
Maybe taking a combo of both would help in addressing this counselors weak points.
I agree with Dale that it is unlikely that she will read whatever it is you give her. She needs a "coach" of sorts to help her change her behaviors.
It's not going to be an easy task, but I'm sure you will get positive results!
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> From: firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of Andrea Webb
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> Subject: [americancomm] In need of some resources...
> Hi all,
> I am interested in resources for a school counselor who has no tact.
> She makes inappropriate comments and cannot work well with others due to
> a lack of professionalism. Her most recent comment was discussing
> testing with high school students saying she would do it because the
> boys would think she was cute. Completely inappropriate and even more
> I am interested in journals or brochures regarding teambuilding, team
> work, being a team player, appropriate communications in the workplace,
> Any ideas or leads would be greatly appreciated. With a negative
> evaluation comes offering of literature on ways to improve...I have
> texts she can read but I hate to hand her text books. Any professional
> materials would be appreciated.
> Thank you!
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