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Karin Ireland is an American author. Many of her books are self-help guides.
Ireland writes and teaches in two areas: how to live with peace and success instead of struggle, and how to communicate easily and effectively in the workplace. Her most recent book is The Job Survival Instruction Book: 400+ Tips, Trips, and Techniques to Stay Employed.
Ireland draws on a personal breast cancer experience as an exemplar of the power of self-help. The experience, in which she rejected further recommended surgery after a lumpectomy, resulted in a 2004 memoir.
Ireland teaches communication training in business organizations.
- Don't Take your Snake for a Stroll, Harcourt (2003) and Scholastic Inc. (2005). (ISBN 0-439-74646-9)
- Boost Your Child's Self-Esteem: Simple, Effective Ways to Build Children's Self-Respect and Confidence (2000) (ISBN 0-425-17295-3)
- Wonderful Nature, Wonderful You, Dawn Publications (1996). (ISBN 1-883220-48-3)
- Learning to Trust Myself: Lessons From Cancer and Other Life Dilemmas (ISBN 0-9761452-0-0).
- The Job Survival Instruction Book: 400+ Tips, Tricks, and Techniques to Stay Employed, Third Edition, published by Course Technology PTR (ISBN 1-4354-5710-2)
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