On the Job: How to Make it in the Real World of Work
Three Rivers Press, 2001 - 293页
No amount of career counseling is going to help you figure out how to get a coworker to quit snooping through your e-mail, how to deal with an underground romance that has accidentally become public knowledge, or how to regroup and save face after a disastrous client meeting. Finally, here’s a book that explains how the world of work really operates, and how to navigate it.
On the Job combines the hard-hitting advice of Stephen Viscusi, one of today’s best-known experts on job-related problems, with enlightening “this could happen to you” scenarios and true-life stories. In this manual for every kind of on-the-job predicament, Viscusi provides strategies for:
* Keeping your balance and sanity in an unpredictable and frequently unfair world
* Establishing an identity that reflects your skills and goals — but not your most intimate secrets
* Communicating effectively in every venue, from meetings to e-mails to gossip
Whether you’re starting out on your first job or you’ve been at it for twenty years, On the Job is the only book about working you’ll ever need.
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Viscusi, the "Ann Landers" for the workplace, offers advice for dealing with the exigencies of the workaday world. The head of an executive search firm, he is best known for his radio show of the same ... 阅读完整评价