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The Rules Of Work

Author : Richard Templar
ISBN : 9781292088112
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 62. 35 MB
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NOW WITH 10 NEW RULES A definitive code for personal success ‘The Rules of Work is an eye-opener for all those who would like to rise to the top, but don’t seem to be able to find the map.’ Sir Antony Jay, author of Yes Minister and Yes, Prime Minster, and founder of Video Arts For some people, work is a breeze. They glide effortlessly onwards and upwards, always saying and doing the right thing, getting paid more, getting promotions, getting results. Is there something successful people know that we don’t? You bet there is. They know the Rules of work. These Rules are the guiding principles that will improve what you do and how you do it. They will give you the unmistakable air of confidence that will win you admiration, respect, and help you towards your next promotion. In this new edition of the international bestseller, Richard Templar has added 10 new Rules to help you get heard, noticed, acknowledged and followed. To get ahead and stay on top, you need The Rules of Work.

Stop Tweeting Boring Sh T

Author : Division of Labor
ISBN : 9781452129709
Genre : Humor
File Size : 50. 98 MB
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The new generation of workers needs a new workplace manual designed to explain the particular norms, boundaries, and expectations of the contemporary office environment and help them navigate the cutthroat reality of a cubicled 9 to 5. Enter Stop Tweeting Boring Sh*t, a handbook of vintage-style public service announcements addressing modern office issues, including such gems as: "If you don't have something nice to say, e-mail it," "If it doesn't have a meeting invite, it didn't happen," and "Nothing good comes from hitting 'reply all.'" With plenty of revealing (and real) workplace statistics peppered throughout, plus a full-size Stop Tweeting Boring Sh*t pull-out poster to hang in the cubicle, this colorful guide offers just the motivation young people need to hunker down and get to work.

The New Rules Of Work

Author : Alexandra Cavoulacos
ISBN : 9780451495686
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 52. 42 MB
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The world of work has changed. People in previous generations tended to pick one professional path and stick to it. Switching companies every few years wasn’t the norm, and changing careers was even rarer. Today’s career trajectories aren’t so scripted and linear. Technology has given rise to new positions that never before existed, which means we are choosing from a much broader set of career options—and have even more opportunities to find work that lights us up. However, we don’t discover and apply for jobs the same way anymore, and employers don’t find applicants the way they used to. Isn’t it about time we had a playbook for navigating it all? Kathryn Minshew and Alexandra Cavoulacos, founders of the popular career website TheMuse.com, offer the definitive guide to the modern workplace. Through quick exercises and structured tips, you will learn: · The New Rules for finding the right path: Sift through, and narrow today’s ever-growing menu of job and career options, using the simple step-by-step Muse Method. · The New Rules for landing the perfect job: Build your personal brand, and communicate exactly how you can contribute and why your experience is valuable in a way that is sure to get the attention of your dream employer. Then ace every step of the interview process, from getting a foot in the door to negotiating your offer. · The New Rules for growing and advancing in your career: Mastering first impressions, the art of communication, networking, managing up and other “soft” skills – and make it obvious that whatever level you’re at, you’re ready to get ahead. Whether you are starting out in your career, looking to advance, navigating a mid-career shift, or anywhere in between, this is the book you need to thrive in the New World of Work.

Career Intelligence

Author : Barbara Moses
ISBN : 1576750485
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 83. 33 MB
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A career management expert maps the changing employment landscape, explores the traditional work rules, and prescribes 12 new rules for success.

New Rules Work

Author : Barbara Pachter
ISBN : 9781440624643
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 54. 52 MB
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For anyone who's breaking in, moving up, or just trying to make a great professional impression, this essential guide offers real-life anecdotes and advice to help you build competence and confidence in the tricky arena of modern business etiquette. Includes: "Blunder Busters" - proven strategies to help you tackle anything from office dating to business lunches "Sir, your fly is unzipped!" - the art of verbal diplomacy Contemporary guidelines for goof-proof e-mail The top ten career killers and how to beat them Global gaffes: easy ways to avoid overseas embarrassment Grace under fire-surviving dining disasters, party faux-pas and everything in-between

The Individual In The Changing Working Life

Author : Katharina Naswall
ISBN : 9781139470490
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 38. 70 MB
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Working life has been the subject of great change in recent years with contemporary conditions generally providing increased opportunities and autonomy for individuals. But these benefits can coincide with greater demands and responsibilities, increasing the pressure to work outside of traditional working hours and so creating conflict between work and family life. This book contributes towards our understanding of contemporary working life, considering how recent changes have affected the work climates, attitudes and well-being of individuals. Combining traditional theoretical frameworks with innovative research, it discusses both the positive and negative effects contemporary working life has on organizations and employees. International experts in the fields of work and organizational psychology present strategies to prevent negative working conditions and help individuals achieve a healthy work–life balance.

Love Your Job

Author : Kerry Hannon
ISBN : 9781118898055
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 58. 19 MB
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AWARDS: Independent Publisher Book Award 2015 (Silver) and National Mature Media Award 2015 (Bronze) Step-by-step tips for revitalizing your career Yes, it is possible to have a job you love, and it doesn't require starting from scratch. Love Your Job is a guide to making work fulfilling and fun — again, or even for the first time. Why count down the hours of the day or the days to retirement when you could reinvigorate your workday, transforming the daily doldrums into a daily dose of enjoyable activity? Kerry Hannon, The New York Times columnist and AARP's Jobs Expert, focuses on the little things that can make a big difference in how we feel about work. Love Your Job is all about the routines, habits, and thought patterns that, over the years, may have turned a dream job into a drudge or, worse, a nightmare. Changing these habits and attitudes is simple, and this book shows you how to identify the little things that make work enjoyable and engaging. Using these simple techniques, you can adopt the attitude that will keep you happy and that might just lead to bigger and better things, no matter what stage of your career you are in. In this book, you will learn to: Develop new habits that bring more purpose into every single workday Rekindle your hope and motivation by celebrating small successes Recognize negative patterns that keep you from enjoying your job Craft an entrepreneurial attitude that will get you noticed and enrich your work life We all deserve to experience happiness and satisfaction every day, at every stage of our careers. Kerry Hannon explains that you don't have to make a huge career transition to love work again. But if you reinvent the way you see work, who knows where your new outlook will lead? Wake up to the countless possibilities that await you with Love Your Job.

The New Rules Of Marriage

Author : Terrence Real
ISBN : 9780345480866
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 41. 18 MB
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A practicing therapist and best-selling author of I Don't Want to Talk About It takes a close-up look at the phenomenon of modern-day marital relationships and offers an effective step-by-step plan to help women give their husbands what they need in order to receive the love that they want. Reprint. 12,500 first printing.

You Unstuck

Author : Libby Gill
ISBN : 9781932361681
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 29. 11 MB
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In You Unstuck, Libby Gill uses cases studies, client stories from her coaching work, and brain research to help readers understand the biological basis of fears that hold them back. She shows how to reframe what she calls Riskophobia, turn off the fear voices, and circumvent ancient defense systems. Readers can then create an Escalating Risk Hierarchy by "chunking down" their vision into small, actionable steps, ordered from least to most anxiety inducing. By combining stress-busting relaxation techniques with small action steps, the readers’ odds for realizing their vision greatly increase in this Relax, Risk, Repeat cycle. Gill also shows readers how to "Avoid Limiters & Embrace Liberators," keeping naysayers at bay while seeking influential supporters who can help free their creativity and productivity. Capitalizing on her business background, coaching expertise, and a personal history of risk-taking and resilience, Gill makes complex concepts relevant and accessible through immediately applicable tools, exercises, self-tests, and questionnaires that challenge readers to change.

Uberland

Author : Alex Rosenblat
ISBN : 9780520970632
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 31. 40 MB
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Silicon Valley technology is transforming the way we work, and Uber is leading the charge. An American startup that promised to deliver entrepreneurship for the masses through its technology, Uber instead built a new template for employment using algorithms and Internet platforms. Upending our understanding of work in the digital age, Uberland paints a future where any of us might be managed by a faceless boss. The neutral language of technology masks the powerful influence algorithms have across the New Economy. Uberland chronicles the stories of drivers in more than twenty-five cities in the United States and Canada over four years, shedding light on their working conditions and providing a window into how they feel behind the wheel. The book also explores Uber’s outsized influence around the world: the billion-dollar company is now influencing everything from debates about sexual harassment and transportation regulations to racial equality campaigns and labor rights initiatives. Based on award-winning technology ethnographer Alex Rosenblat’s firsthand experience of riding over 5,000 miles with Uber drivers, daily visits to online forums, and face-to-face discussions with senior Uber employees, Uberland goes beyond the headlines to reveal the complicated politics of popular technologies that are manipulating both workers and consumers.

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