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How to Be the Employee Your Company Can't Live Without 18 Ways to Become Indispensable

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ISBN-10: 0471751804

ISBN-13: 9780471751809

Edition: 2006

Authors: Glenn Shepard

List price: $14.95
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A guide to getting ahead at work, from a management expert This practical guide explains what today's managers are looking for in employees and how employees can surpass expectations to gain raises and promotions. Often, communication is the problem. Employees think they're underappreciated and their efforts unnoticed, while management mistakes that attitude for a lack of work ethic. This book helps bring the two sides together so that managers can get what they want from employees-and employees can get ahead in the game. Glenn Shepard (Nashville, TN) is the owner and founder of Glenn Shepard Seminars in Nashville. Nearly 100,000 managers, from Fortune 500 companies and small businesses…    
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Book details

List price: $14.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/17/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 180
Size: 5.60" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

GLENN SHEPARD is the owner and founder of Glenn Shepard Seminars in Nashville, Tennessee. Nearly 100,000 managers, from Fortune 500 companies and small businesses alike, have attended his seminars. He is also the author of How to Make Performance Evaluations Really Work, from Wiley.

First, Understand Why You Need to Be Indispensable
Learn What Your Boss Wants from You
Be Low Maintenance
Answer the Questions Your Boss Didn't Ask
Understand the Economic Realities of Employing People
Act Like You Own the Place
Treat Your Job Like It's Your Lifelong Career, Even if It's Only a Stepping Stone
Become the Most Reliable Person in Your Company
Learn the Right Way to Make Mistakes
Broaden Your Circle of Influence
Adopt the Work Ethic Your Grandparents Had
Be a Professional at Whatever You Do
Check Your Ego at the Door
Take Charge of Your Own Destiny
Don 't Confuse Education with Knowledge
Avoid Learned Helplessness
Become a Problem Solver
Avoid the Four Career Killers