Unlike the first book in the series which has a personal context, these principles have a workplace context. Some of the principles in this book are different from those in the first book.
The author again thoughtfully introduces the foundational laws, principles that govern the essence of respect; the influential laws, principles that govern fundamental factors that explain the way you gain and lose respect; and sustaining laws, principles that govern factors and practices that enable a person to maintain respect in a workplace.
author masterfully deploys more powerful stories all through the book
that facilitate a clear understanding of the subject and that make the
reading experience enjoyable and enlightening. The carefully crafted
stories, including the engaging anchor story 'Crystal Vases,' hit home and everyone will be able to relate to many of them.
The timeless principles that make up these ten laws will serve as a guide for anyone interested in professional development and workplace performance for years to come.