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Promoting yourself : 52 lessons for getting to the top-- and staying there

Author: Hal Lancaster
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©2002.
Series: Wall Street journal book.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Provides guidelines for building one's career and navigating the often challenging and highly political reality of corporate life by studying the experiences of managers and professionals who brave the workforce on a daily basis.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lancaster, Hal.
Promoting yourself.
New York : Simon & Schuster, ©2002
(OCoLC)768287232
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Hal Lancaster
ISBN: 0743213637 9780743213639
OCLC Number: 48038056
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xviii, 221 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Selling Yourself --
Whither Goest Resumes? --
Highlighting Hidden Skills --
Promoting Yourself Online --
How to Tell Good Schmoozing from Bad --
Shhh! Be Wary While You're Job Hunting; the Boss May Be Listening --
Who Gets the Job, the Specialist or the Generalist? --
Acing the Interview --
Getting What You're Worth --
Getting Ahead --
Taking the Road Less Traveled --
Hunting the Elusive Mentor --
Being a Hub: Leading When You're Not the Leader --
Is That Promotion Right for You? --
Breaking Out of Your Pigeonhole --
Chasing the MBA: Is It Worth the Hassle? --
Dunning Your Boss for a Raise --
Into the Management Maelstrom --
Avoiding Those First-Time Manager Blues --
Who Said Techies Can't Manage? --
Managing Techies When You Aren't One --
Managing a Hostile Crew --
The Art and Craft of Being a Good Number Two --
Making Midcourse Corrections --
Turnarounds and Careers: Even a Lemon Has Juice --
Someone Will Benefit from a Company Crisis; Why Shouldn't It Be You? --
Learning from Failure: Overcoming Hubris --
Adapting to Continual Turmoil --
The Return of the Living Dead: Coming Back from a Demotion --
Job-hopping: Road to Riches or Ruin? --
How to Survive Your Midlife Crisis --
Can You Go Home Again? --
Using a Job Hiatus to Build a New Career --
Swimming in a Sea of Change: Fight or Flight? --
The High-Anxiety, Low-Self-Esteem Blues --
Reinventing Your Job --
Creating Your Own New Job --
Should You Take a Buyout and Go Bye-Bye? --
Wielding the Broom: Who Gets Swept Out, the Old Ways or the New Manager? --
Postmerger Trauma: How to Avoid Being a Deer in the Headlights --
Chasing the Start-up Pot of Gold --
Office Politics: Playing Well with Others --
Mastering Office Politics Without Becoming a Jerk --
Getting Noticed Without Getting Pushy --
Learn to Negotiate; Your Career Depends on It --
Living with Bad Bosses: Love 'Em or Leave 'Em --
Surviving a New Boss --
Going over the Boss's Head --
Teaching an Old Boss New Tricks --
Alternate Paths to Glory --
The Perils and Promise of Turning Your Hobby into a Career --
Alternative Work Arrangements: Beating the Odds and Making Them Work --
Living Life as a Pilot Fish --
Women Who Break the Mold --
Living La Vida Free Agency --
Getting Branded for Life --
Life as a Corporate Samurai --
Building a Parallel Career for Fun and Profit --
It's Not Where You Start, It's Where You End Up.
Series Title: Wall Street journal book.
Responsibility: Hal Lancaster.
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Provides guidelines for building one's career and navigating the often challenging and highly political reality of corporate life by studying the experiences of managers and professionals who brave the workforce on a daily basis.

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