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The unforced error : why some managers get promoted while others get eliminated

Author: Jeffrey A Krames
Publisher: New York : Portfolio, 2009.
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Explaining that most challenges that compromise a career are linked to avoidable errors, the author of the best-selling Inside Drucker's Brain draws on the examples of famous CEOs to offer recommendations for such topics as assembling winning teams and building on strengths.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey A Krames
ISBN: 9781591842835 1591842832
OCLC Number: 318242677
Description: 178 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Unforced errors : the great career killers --
The ball was out by a mile : face reality at all times --
Choosing the wrong partner : the most important call --
Sticking with the wrong partner : cut your losses --
Overlooking the wildcard : developing the next generation of leaders --
Not keeping your game inbounds : living--and leading--by the rules of the game --
Always playing with a singles mind-set : the partnership imperative --
Not stepping up to the net : taking ownership of your part of the court --
Working on your backhand : why focusing on strengths, not weaknesses, wins games --
Not getting enough from your coaches : why learning is such a critical success factor --
Not practicing enough : why preparation looms so large --
Not improving your game : why experimentation is a prerequisite to success --
Not watching the whole court : how to protect your flanks --
Beyond the unforced error : for expert-level performance, keep at it.
Responsibility: Jeffrey A. Krames.
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Explaining that most challenges that compromise a career are linked to avoidable errors, the author of the best-selling Inside Drucker's Brain draws on the examples of famous CEOs to offer recommendations for such topics as assembling winning teams and building on strengths.

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