Indispensable You!: 7 Simple Things You Must Do to Keep Your Job Today (and Tomorrow)

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Dartnell Corporation, 1996 - Business & Economics - 199 pages
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Today's constantly changing job market offers no absolute guarantees. But the employees most likely to survive -- and thrive -- in an environment of downsizing and reengineering are those who have made themselves irreplaceable. How? By mastering the people skills that are most sought by employers and fellow employees -- those key people and communication skills that cut across functions and technical skills to strengthen teamwork, increase productivity, and, ultimately, boost the bottom line.

"Indispensable You" is a straightforward, hands-on, easy-to-read guide that shows you how to:
-- See every function as ultimately providing service to an internal or external customer.
-- Develop a "continuous learning" mind-set that prevents you from ever becoming obsolete.
-- Strengthen the skills that help you gain cooperation from others -- so you and co-workers can get more done in less time.

Special sections include Quick Tips, "how-to" anecdotes, and personal productivity quizzes that can help you become indispensable right now.

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