How Would Confucius Ask for a Raise?: One Hundred Enlightened Solutions for Tough Business Problems

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Avon Books, 1995 - Business & Economics - 325 pages
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A personal advice guide for business people at any level of the corporate ladder addresses the one hundred most-asked questions about work and is based on the philosophies of Confucius as they were presented in I Ching. Reprint.

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How would Confucius ask for a raise?: 100 enlightened solutions for tough business problems

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Public relations consultant Orsborn applies concepts from Eastern philosophy as expressed in the I Ching to common problems in the workplace. Typical problems addressed include getting along with co ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
21
Introduction
33
THE CHING AN EXECUTIVE
51
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Mary Brown is President and Creative Director at Portland, Maine-based Imago Creative, the only strategic marketing firm in the U.S. specializing exclusively in helping companies reach women of the Baby Boom generation. With more than 20 years as an art director, creative director, and brand champion working with many of the country's top companies, she has distinguished herself as a leading voice on the subject of marketing to Baby-Boomer women.

Carol Orsborn, Ph.D., is Senior Partner at Imago Creative, and is known internationally for her pioneering work on the issues, desires, and concerns of the Baby Boom generation. Her previous books include The Art of Resilience, Inner Excellence at Work, and How Would Confucius Ask for a Raise? She is also the recipient of the public relations industry's highest award, the Silver Anvil.

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