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How do you cope with arrogant colleagues, or coax the best from shy or sensitive colleagues? How do you develop a decent working relationship with someone who won't shut up? Some people spread depression like a fog: how do you lift their spirits and stop them infecting the workplace? Our presence at work is a responsibility and an opportunity to bring the character and nature of God though what we say and do, and how we respond to our colleagues. William Morris draws upon his years in the corporate world and his Christian faith to reflect with wit and insight upon the characters we come into contact with during the working day. He explores these people from a pastoral perspective, informed by Jesus teaching in the parable of The Good Samaritan, giving reader's permission to examine and find new perspectives on getting along with the people we work with.
William Morris has worked on international tax policy matters in the public and private sectors for over twenty years. He is also a member of the clergy team at St Martin-in-the-Fields, having been ordained a priest in the Church of England in 2010. He has degrees in history, law and theology, and is the author of 'Where is God at Work?'