101 Myths and Realities at the Office
What do you need to do to be valued as an employee, and respected as a manager? Every organization knows that human resources are its greatest asset. To really work well as a team, managers need to think like employees, and employees need to know what management really thinks. But how? This book presents 101 typical workplace situations, distinguishing Myth (perceived wisdom) from Reality (what actually happens on the ground) and describing the best approach to take in each scenario, both for managers and employees. 101 Myths and Realities @ the Office reveals the secrets that are key to optimizing your potential in the workplace.
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