How to Lose Friends and Infuriate Your Boss: Take Control of Your Career
After a sell-out first edition, we now have a new fully revised and updated second edition. Includes an all-new comprehensive chapter about the role of the CEO and the role of Directors, The Boss's Boss: Infuriating Directors. Employees who don't understand corporate politics are like defence personnel who don't understand combat. What's more liberating than financial freedom, and more reassuring than job-security? It's called career independence, whereby: what you don't have, you can obtain; what you don't know, you can learn; what you don't own, you can access; and what you don't want, you can discard. If you are an employee, this book will help you to take control of your career so that you can live a zestful and enchanting life. If you are the boss, this book will show you how to turn employees into superstars so that together, you'll know what to do when the rules run out. Jonar Nader says, 'If you choose to be a success, you'll be a success at whatever you choose, so long as you can follow your heart and watch your back.'
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