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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Behrman House Publishing (May 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0874416612
  • ISBN-13: 978-0874416619
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #421,255 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Deborah Grayson Riegel s book Oy Vey! Isn t a Strategy is a witty, fresh, and insightful collection of wisdom. The easy reading allows the teachings to enter one's heart by circumventing our defense mechanisms. Deborah is a master at being uplifting and enriching without being preachy. Oy Vey! will definitely enhance life. --Rabbi Shmuley Boteach

Deborah is a wonderful coach to work with. Her reflection skills are top-notch to help you truly see where you are in life and her tools help you elevate yourself to where you want to be. --Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, WA

Oh, wow for Oy Vey! Deborah offers readers a beneficial and sometimes sobering look in the mirror like a fire hydrant filled with chocolate to help us get rid of self-imposed barriers to extraordinary success. And she does it with humor, sass, and vivid stories! A great read that could change how you work forever. --Lisa Haneberg, blogger and author of High Impact Middle Management

About the Author

Deborah Grayson Riegel, MSW, PCC is a certified coach, speaker, and writer who helps people, teams and organizations get further, faster and with more fun through her consulting companies, Elevated Training Inc. and MyJewishCoach.com. Deborah s clients dramatically improve their presentation, communication, interpersonal, and management skills through her dynamic workshops, keynote speeches, and one-on-one coaching. Deborah s clients have included American Express, Discover Financial, Monster Worldwide, Pfizer, and the United States Army to Jewish Federations, synagogues, agencies, schools and camps. Deborah speaks 100 times a year, from her native New York City to Beijing, China and in dozens of cities in between. Deborah is a visiting Professor of Executive Communication for the Beijing International MBA Program at Peking University, where she teaches senior leaders from multinational corporations how to present themselves and their ideas with polish, passion, and professionalism in the growing global marketplace. Deborah is also the former Director of Education and Training for the Mandel Center for Leadership Excellence at the Jewish Federations of North America, where she designed and developed a full roster of training programs for Jewish professional and volunteer leaders. Deborah holds a Bachelor s Degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan, a Master s in Social Work from Columbia University, and is a graduate of both Coach U. and the Coaches Training Institute. Deborah s unique, energetic, and results-driven style combines her background and experience in coaching, behavioral and cognitive psychology, adult learning, and improvisational comedy, which she performed at some of New York City s top comedy clubs. Deborah is a contributor to Choice: The Magazine of Professional Coaching, and writes a bi-weekly online coaching column for the New York Jewish Week, reaching over 160,000 readers. Deborah and her husband Michael are the proud parents of twins, Jacob and Sophie.

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Deborah Grayson Riegel, MSW, PCC is a certified coach, speaker and writer who helps people, teams and organizations get further, faster -- and with more fun -- through her consulting companies, Elevated Training Inc. and MyJewishCoach.com. Deborah's clients dramatically improve their presentation, communication, interpersonal and management skills through her dynamic workshops, keynote speeches, and one-on-one coaching. Deborah's clients have included American Express, Discover Financial, Monster Worldwide, Pfizer, and the United States Army to Jewish Federations, synagogues, agencies, schools and camps. Deborah speaks 100 times a year, from her native New York City to Beijing, China and in dozens of cities in between.

Deborah is a visiting Professor of Executive Communication for the Beijing International MBA Program at Peking University, where she teaches senior leaders from multinational corporations how to present themselves and their ideas with polish, passion and professionalism in the growing global marketplace. Deborah is also the former Director of Education and Training for the Mandel Center for Leadership Excellence at the Jewish Federations of North America, where she designed and developed a full roster of training programs for Jewish professional and volunteer leaders.

Deborah holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan, a Master's in Social Work from Columbia University, and is a graduate of both Coach U. and the Coaches Training Institute. Deborah's unique, energetic and results-driven style combines her background and experience in coaching, behavioral and cognitive psychology, adult learning, and improvisational comedy, which she performed at some of New York City's top comedy clubs.

Deborah is a contributor to Choice: The Magazine of Professional Coaching, and writes a bi-weekly online coaching column for the New York Jewish Week, reaching over 160,000 readers. Deborah and her husband Michael are the proud parents of twins, Jacob and Sophie.

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The book was officially in the first pile: professional reading.
Lisa
Rather, it enables us to take a personal journey towards personal and professional excellence by way of Deborah's gifted facilitation.
Mark S. Young
Not only a practical book with excellent exercises throughout, it is a fun read!"
Pamela Richarde

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By groupworker on May 2, 2012
Format: Paperback
I was eager to read Deborah's book because I have heard her speak and think she is one of the best in the country on topics related to effective organizations. While I am drawn to books on this topic, I have little interest in coaching or self-help books. Those types of books usually have a great chapter 1 or 2 and then get repetitive. Deborah's book was different - Oy Vey Isn't a Strategy kept getting better. As I was reading I made mental notes on which chapters I wanted to share with certain friends, family or colleagues. Deborah blends hard facts and proven research with delightful stories. At the same time, her messages feel personal. While different chapters will resonate more with some (depending on what you are struggling with at the present time), there is definitely something here for everyone. I appreciate how easily she credits many authors, including some of my favorite (Covey, Dan and Chip Heath, Ori and Rom Brafman, Naomi Levy and Daniel Pink). Deborah also introduces a number of books and articles that I want to go read. Integrating work sheets is a wonderful way for readers to practice the lessons. I read it through once to get a sense of the content and enjoy the stories. I'm going to read it again to let the material sink in and use a few of the worksheets Congratulations Deborah on a book (and life lessons) well done.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mark S. Young on June 3, 2012
Format: Paperback
For those considering (or had yet to consider) whether to buy Deborah Greyson Riegel's Oy Vey isn't a Strategy: 25 Solutions for Personal and Professional Success, do yourself a favor, buy it and read it, I promise you won't regret it.

Oy Vey is not just another pious and impractical management or self-help book. It doesn't pontificate, speak from theory alone, or provide strategies that don't seem applicable in the real world, as I find most of these books to do. Oy Vey is quite the opposite. It is also a fast, easy, and enjoyable read. Ok, onto my Top 4 reasons.

1. Oy Vey is Great Storytelling

If you have ever seen Deborah present or facilitate a workshop, you would know that she is funny, direct, exciting and relatable. Amazingly, she is able to harness all her energy and relate-ability to words on a page. She does so with the art of great storytelling, providing anecdotes from her life to introduce each solution. Not only do you obtain these 25 key insights that will help you get to know yourself, work with others productively and get things done (the first three sections of the book), but you get to know Deborah, her family, her own challenges, hopes, dreams and past failures from which she's learned from. Combining her personal narrative along with her coaching expertise, you are beaming at what the next chapter will bring; not only in a helpful strategy but eager to learn more about Deborah's story.

2. Oy Vey is experiential education

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pamela Richarde on May 14, 2012
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"Deborah has created a practical work that is infused with humor, lightness, and directly useful ideas to support navigating in today's busy world. From more deeply accessing our individual gifts and paying more defined attention to others, to getting things done more effectively with enhanced perspectives, her wit and charming use of language bring this book to life. Deborah's stories are a delight and serve to anchor the principles she outlines. Not only a practical book with excellent exercises throughout, it is a fun read!"
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