Common Acts of Significant Employees by Dr Leon Klein

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    Common Acts of Significant Employees: Heal the ‘Marikana’ in Your Workplace - Every workplace is a potential ’MARIKANA’ – a place where tension brews and threatens to erupt and disrupt, if ignored. YOU, the employee, can change that. No employee joins the workplace thinking: ‘I can’t wait to one day hate my job, be a demanding, depressed, stressed-out and unproductive employee with a bad and negative attitude towards my work, colleagues, superior and clients.’

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Every workplace is a potential ’MARIKANA’ – a place where tension brews and threatens to erupt and disrupt, if ignored. YOU, the employee, can change that. No employee joins the workplace thinking: ‘I can’t wait to one day hate my job, be a demanding, depressed, stressed-out and unproductive employee with a bad and negative attitude towards my work, colleagues, superior and clients.’

Employees are not simply complaining about horrible bosses, irritating colleagues, difficult clients, or suffocating workplaces. They are indirectly asking for truths to be revealed about themselves; truths which will enable them to be and feel SIGNIFICANT − confident in themselves, compassionate towards others, and competent in expressing God’s call on their lives through work.

Common Acts of Significant Employees introduces you to eight basic ACTS which, through YOU, will transform your workplace into a place where you don’t have to be, but want to be.

About the Author:

Leon is an ordained minister, serving as specialist minister at Bryanston Methodist Church; a university lecturer, family therapist, keen sportsman, social entrepreneurial leader, author and speaker. He combines his expertise and experiences to address the ills of our post-modern society.

Leon is the President and founder of Global Care Connect − an international ministry focussing on the development and support of a global network of Church-based Care Centres. Dr Klein holds a PhD in both Family Therapy and Theology from the University of Pretoria. He resides in Johannesburg, South Africa, with his wife, Fredeline, and their daughter, Leigh.

Dr Reuel Khoza, one of the country’s most influential and respected leaders and authors, wrote a personal note in his book, Attuned Leadership, describing Rev Dr Leon Klein as: commendably insightful, compassionate and attuned to the leadership challenges of our time.

Leon Klein
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