Office politics for the utterly confused

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McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Business & Economics - 210 pages
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The newest addition to the popular Utterly Confused series is every employee's guide to taking the confusion out of the unwritten, but essential game of office politics. Accessible information and practical tips show readers how to:
-- Get use, and keep power
-- Improve chances for job advancement
-- Build a power network
-- Reap the benefits of recognition
-- Avoid the pitfalls of alienating coworkers
-- Make allies with the right people
-- Build visibility both inside and outside of the company

With expert advice, immediately applicable techniques, and Utterly Confused hallmarks such as helpful icons, fun quotes, sidebars, checklists, and boxed tips, Office Politics for the Utterly Confused is an essential companion for the uninitiated and utterly confused.

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Contents

Preface
1
Build Alliances
21
Establish Collaborative
43
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

William A. Salmon (Woodbury, CT) is a management consultant and writer. Formerly an executive at Girard Bank (Mellon Bank East) and W. K. Gray & Associates, he is the author of several books, audio and video programs, and articles on management and training, including the New Supervisors Survival Manual and Office Politics for the Utterly Confused.

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