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Chapter 21. Understanding Self-Sabotage

The premise of this book is that those who develop and practice sound human-relations competencies will enjoy greater career success. A corollary is that those who build healthy working relationships are less apt to sabotage, or hurt, themselves and those relationships.

This does not mean, however, that those who become human-relations smart and learn how to repair relationships effectively will not occasionally sabotage themselves in a conflict. They will! That is why this section is a significant aspect of human-relations education. Only by knowing how and why people unnecessarily sabotage themselves—and learning how to prevent it from happening to you—can you achieve the full benefits of Winning at Human Relations.


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