Collabor(h)Ate: How to Build Incredible Collaborative Relationships at Work (Even If You'd Rather Work Alone)


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$24.99  $23.24
Practical Inspiration Publishing
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5.5 X 8.5 X 0.6 inches | 0.53 pounds

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About the Author

Dr. Deb Mashek, PhD is the founder of Myco Consulting LLC, where she applies relationship science to help people achieve together that which cannot be achieved alone. Deb is an experienced professor, higher education administrator, and national nonprofit executive.


When collaboration is done well it creates an exponentially better end result but when done poorly it can create low morale, low output and a whole host of other problems. The book teaches readers a framework for collaborating better and explains the dynamics of solid team/group work.

-- "LinkedIn"

...essential reading for anyone who wants to improve collaboration and relationships in the workplace. I cannot recommend Collabor(h)ate highly enough. It is a game-changer.

-- "Amazon"

Deb Mashek is the guru of all things collaboration. She provides leaders and teams a paradigm for working better together. Deb taps her life experiences, research and business acumen in developing this easy-to-read and still super-substantive resource for all teams everywhere. Collabor(h)ate is full of great stories AND practical models and tools you can use right away.

-- "Amazon"

The Mashek Matrix is genius, akin to Stephen Covey's Four Quadrants. The launch of this book marks a paradigm shift in our business culture.

--Nina Bianchi "Amazon"

Relatable, actionable, and empirically-based - this book is a must-read for any professional looking to improve their workplace relationships and productivity.

-- "Amazon"

The Mashek Matrix, nine strategies to positively influence collaborative relationships, and insight into understanding and managing interdependence are worth their weight in gold.

-- "Netgalley"

For a short book, it's exceptionally powerful, and one I would not hesitate to recommend.

-- "Netgalley"