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Mouse in the Room - Because the Elephant isn't Alone: For Leaders, Managers, Partners, Parents and...Humans

by David Wood,Jack Canfield


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For Leaders, Managers, Partners, Parents...and Humans.
A simple, repeatable approach for
conflict resolution, tough conversations, badass leadership, more influence, thriving teams, deep connection, being truly seen, and real confidence.

best book for managers and leaders since Who Moved My Cheese"- Dr. Ivan Misner, Founder BNI Worldwide

Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup: "Mouse in the Room will change your company, your life, and the world.
We long to be seen and heard, to be known and loved for who we really are.
We crave connection—both at home and at work.

And yet we’ve been conditioned to hide behind a mask, afraid to reveal our true selves for fear of being rejected, getting a bad reaction, or losing something valuable.

Not only do we often ignore the elephant in the room, we also ignore the more subtle animals in the room as well. These are our true feelings, thoughts and body sensations, of which the other person may have no clue. David calls this ignoring the mice in the room!

Sadly this robs us of the joy that comes from true intimacy, self-confidence and self-expression. At work it creates disconnected teams, higher turnover, lower productivity, and leaders who don’t inspire trust. And it leads to some of the greatest crises our world is facing today.

In this ground-breaking book, David shows us how the simple yet courageous act of noticing and naming our “mice” can
profoundly change our lives, our work culture, and the world.

If you want to create a culture of belonging that attracts and retains top talent and builds thriving teams,
read this book.

If you want to transform your parenting, romantic and social relationships,
read this book.

Happy mouse-naming!
Jack Canfield
Co-author, Chicken Soup for the Soul® series
Co-author, The Success Principles™

This book is your doorway to authentic, transparent, honest communication. A little courage can improve your romantic relationships, make you a better parent, and enhance your leadership and team-building at work.