By Robert Goldfarb
The book is aimed at people in mid-career who want to climb the corporate ladder, but the advice would be helpful for entry-level employees who want a career rather than merely a job, or job seekers who want to make the best possible impression during an interview.
Each chapter contains several case studies identifying behavior that is holding back the employee. The first part of each case study starts with the employee’s perspective. The second part tells the employer’s point of view. Then, the author gives his diagnosis of the situation and actions he recommends.
Readers learn to see how they appear to their supervisors or managers, so they can see the behavior that is holding them back, and make changes that will benefit their careers.
208 pages. Softcover. 6 x 9. 2010.