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This book reveals 60 proven principles and easy career management techniques. Discover powerfully effective ways to start a new job and make a great first impression; work more smoothly with bosses and colleagues; build a high-performance personal network; manage workloads; decide who to trust (and distrust); handle enemies and overcome career setbacks; recognize when to move on; get noticed, get ahead, and get to the top! From Lois Frankel, author of Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office: "A cutting-edge pioneer in the field of business coaching, Dr. Karen Otazo knows--and speaks--the truth about how to get and keep the job you want. Regardless of your age or stage of your career, you'll find practical tips and tools to make your workplace journey smoother, more enjoyable, and potentially more profitable. The Truth about Managing Your Career is a must-have for your career library."
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Part I: The Truth About Starting a New Job 1
Part II: The Truth About Working with Bosses 21
Part III: The Truth About Working with Others 35
Part IV: The Truth About Networking 57
Part V: The Truth About Getting Things Done 75
Part VI: The Truth About Managing Your Workload 89
Part VII: The Truth About Getting Your Point Across 107
Part VIII: The Truth About Dealing with Enemies and Antibodies 129
Part IX: The Truth About Making the Right Impression 147
Part X: The Truth About Getting Noticed 165
Part XI: The Truth About Getting Ahead 179
Part XII: The Truth About Moving On 197