The Book Club

(a $149 value absolutely free when you purchase the book!)

Get your copy of Stop Workplace Drama during Stop Your Drama Month and get a VIP pass to the members-only Book Club, which is a library of personal and professional development audios, videos, and bonus products plus a forum and chances to interact with the author! ! (See below for a snapshot or click here to get the book.)


Stop Workplace Drama is the newly-released book that is the leading source for solving workplace-related drama, introducing eight empowering principles developed by speaker and consultant Marlene Chism, founder of the Stop Your Drama Methodology. For more on Marlene’s speaking, click here.
  • Step 1: Purchase the book

  • Step 2: Come back to this page and join

  • (must show receipt to gain VIP free access)

What Happens Next?
Great question! When you click JOIN NOW, you will be led to our shopping cart asking for your contact information and purchase confirmation number. Enter your receipt number and location of book purchase in the form in order to bypass the credit card information for the free membership! Once you submit the simple form, you will be entered into the Book Club, and will receive confirmation e-mails containing your log in and password. It’s that easy!

We look forward to having you!


Sneak Peak Preview


In this beautifully formatted 7-page PDF, you get a sneak-peak overview of the Stop Your Drama Methodology. A great tool to use before reading the book to maximize your reading pleasure and become familiar with the concepts, language, and universal principles and premises. See short quotable excerpts and what other leaders are saying about Stop Workplace Drama.

“Stop Workplace Drama does more than reveal excuses for the inclination to drama in the workplace; it offers a wealth of ideas to improve communication, trust, and leadership that will help eliminate the energy, time, and talent drain that drama creates.”

–Stephen M. R. Covey, author of the New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller The Speed of Trust

Snapshot of what is included in the Book Club library
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Attitude Builders

Attitude Builders was designed for busy managers, leaders, and trainers who want to develop their staff with no prep, no plan, and no problem! Simply download the learning guide and audio for your bonus Attitude Builders session, gather your team and press play. Engage your staff with a discussion immediately following the program. (The Attitude Builders programs are cutting-edge content useful as staff development, which also transfers into your personal life.)

Attitude Builders Bonus Session Description:
“Improve Creativity, Productivity and Teamwork”

This session offers rich insights on how to become more creative, more productive and increase teamwork…all by simply understanding how your brain works, then making small incremental shifts to give yourself the energy and resources you need in order to be a peak performer.

In this content rich program you will learn…

  • Four ways to increase creativity and increase problem solving
  • Three Ways to become more productive
  • Two ways to improve teamwork
  • The role of “mirror neurons” in relationships
  • Why multi-tasking is not such a good idea
  • How the order of your tasks promotes or hinders productivity

Marlene Chism has given the Drama Zone its own zip code! This book is a brilliant approach to halting drama in the workplace—right here, right now—and at every level within the organization. No smoke and mirrors, just real-world tips, tools and techniques to creating a “no excuses, no complaints, no regrets” workplace. Count me in!”

–Anne Bruce Speaker and Bestselling Author “How to Motivate Every Employee”


 

Additional Bonus MP3 Audio Downloads (30 minutes each)

Dr. Joe CapistaThe Secret to Total Success
Interview with Joe Capista

Want the secret to total success? It’s not about being smart, but it is about clarity, wiliness and commitment. In this 30 minute interview Marlene Chism interviews Dr. Joe Capista, about the principles that helped him build a multi-million dollar business. In addition, Dr. Capista talks about The Success Triangle, and how the Success Triangle can help you create an experience your customers can’t stop talking about!

The Impact of Self Esteem on Happiness and LifeDr. Joseph Rubino
Interview with Dr. Joe Rubino

Are you playing too small or are you so driven that no matter what you do it’s never enough? Are you frustrated because you are trying too hard to be perfect? On this 30-minute interview, Dr. Joe Rubino tells you why it’s so easy to self-sabotage and what you can learn about yourself through your emotions. He will also reveal the number one ingredient for success and happiness and the two ways low self esteem can manifest in your business.


 

Assessment

What’s holding you back? Is it a lack of clarity, relationship drama, or resistance? Or could it be one of the other areas addressed within The 8 Steps of Empowerment? Grab this assessment based on the Stop Your Drama Methodology, and see what Steps will be most pertinent to your growth. Take the assessment before your book arrives to see which chapters will be most relevant to you personally and professionally. Or go to the forum to discuss your insights!


 

Videos

These one to three minute videos can be downloaded and kept in your own personal library, then later used for personal development or shared with your staff. Don’t forget to post your own wisdom and observations on the forum!

Stop Relationship Drama
Part five of the SYD Methodology is “Stop Relationship Drama.” Drama always has three common components, and one of the three is “relationship.” In this less than two-minute video, the word relationship takes on new meaning. Marlene shares the best relationship advice she ever received and how to change your results by changing your relationships.
Three Steps to Lasting Change
In this three-minute video, Marlene talks about the three things you need in order to change a habit. Marlene shares a story of how she changed a habit to become more “green” and why it was so difficult until she used the third step discussed here in this video.
Life is Lived in the Gap
The second principle of the SYD Methodology is to “Identify the Gap.” In this two-minute video, Marlene talks about the challenges in the gap, and why the bigger the gap, the more potential there is for drama.Marlene shares her own “drama experience” of the gap during the writing of Stop Workplace Drama, and what decisions you must make to deal with the unknown.

 

Surprise!

Once you join the Book Club, look out for a surprise or two coming your way!

7 Ways to Get Fired Using Facebook

This easy to read special report with real life examples of innocent people who were just having a good time but got fired because of how they used their social networking. If you manage others and you don’t have a social networking policy, this should serve as a tap on the shoulder before your employees do something to harm your business. This document is also a great tool to use in employee orientation. Case studies come from GEORGE C. HLAVAC.

Mr. Hlavac is presently a partner with Tallman, Hudders & Sorrentino, the Pennsylvania office of Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., where he serves as the Chairman of its Labor and Employment Law Department.


  • Step 1: Purchase the book

  • Step 2: Come back to this page and join

  • (must show receipt to gain VIP free access)

What Happens Next?

Great question! When you click JOIN NOW, you will be led to our shopping cart asking for your contact information and purchase confirmation number. Enter your receipt number and location of book purchase in the form in order to bypass the credit card information for the free membership! Once you submit the simple form, you will be entered into the Book Club, and will receive confirmation e-mails containing your log in and password. It’s that easy!

We look forward to having you!

“This easy-to-read book is a must have for anyone who leads others and wants to improve the workplace dynamics so your people can enthusiastically say ‘Thank God It’s Monday!’”

–Roxanne Emmerich, author of “Thank God It’s Monday!: How to Create a Workplace You and Your Customers Love”

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