Why Should the Boss Listen to You?: The Seven Disciplines of the Trusted Strategic Advisor

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 3, 2010 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
This is a book about gaining influence and becoming a key trusted advisor. It is for everyone who advises leaders and senior managers (accounting, finance, human resources, IT, law, marketing, public relations, security, and strategic planning) and for outside consultants in these functional staff areas. It’s also for operations people yearning to finally be heard and heeded by their boss.
 

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This was probably the best "Business Self-Help" book I have read, ever. Mr. Lukaszewski comes from practical experience and provides easy to understand concepts and advice on how to be a trusted ... Read full review

Contents

WHAT LEADERS EXPECT
ACHIEVING MAXIMUM IMPACT
BE TRUSTWORTHY
BECOME A VERBAL VISIONARY
DEVELOP A MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE
THINK STRATEGICALLY
BE A WINDOW TO TOMORROW
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ADVISE CONSTRUCTIVELY
Why now
Curisequctices avoided and achieved
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James E. Lukaszewski is the founder, CEO, and chairman of The Lukaszewski Group Inc. He is a trusted advisor who helps leaders and managers contain and counteract tough, touchy, sensitive corporate management issues on a daily basis. His website—www.e911.com—is considered to be among the most important in crisis management and public relations.

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