Author: Kathleen Kelly Reardon
Translator: Young-hee Cho
Publisher: Eco-eui Seojae
325 pages | 223*152mm
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About This Book
Winning in a World Where Hard Work and Talent Aren't Enough
As management professor and consultant Kathleen Reardon explains in her new book It's All Politics, talent and hard work alone will not get you to the top. What separates the winners from the also-rans in corporate life is politics.
As Reardon explains, more talented people and accomplished employess often take a back seat in the corporate world to their politically adept coworkers, losing ground in the race to get ahead?sometimes even losing their jobs. Why? Because they've failed to manage the important relationships that will help their creativity and intelligence to be noticed. Ask yourself: Do you need a crash course in Office Politics 101:
- Do I get credit for my ideas?
- Do I know how to deal with a difficult colleague?
- Do I get the plum assignments?
- Am I in the loop?
Reardon has interviewed hundreds of employees, from successful veterans to aspiring hopefuls, examining why some people who work hard and effectively at their jobs fall behind, while those who are adept at "reading the office tea leaves" forge ahead. Being politically savvy doesn't mean being unethical or devious. At heart, it's about listening to and relating to others, and making choices that advance everyone's goals. Like it or not, when it comes to work, it's all politics. And politics is all about knowing what to say, when to say it, and who to say it to.
An indispensable guide to mastering the ins and outs of office politics - the single most important factor in getting ahead in your career.
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