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From New Recruit to High Flyer: No-Nonsense Advice on How to Fast Track…

by Hugh Karseras

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0749445645, Paperback)

200 + Harvard Business School graduates and other top executives give advice on how to succeed early in your career
New graduates are full of potential but sometimes lack the prowess to become a rising star. Firmly aimed at future CEOs, New Recruit to High Flyer provides the means to rise up from the trenches and move up the corporate ladder into a bigger, more visible role within an organization.
Focusing initially on attitude, the most important factor in achieving career success, Karseras moves on to encourage the development of the fundamental skills required to succeed: a systematic approach to work, performing excellent research and analysis, developing strong communication skills and becoming highly proficient at project and people management. He also instructs on how to navigate the political organization by building networks, developing mentors, understanding the political maneuverings of the work environment.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 17:58:20 -0400)

Presents advice for career advancement through the development of such skills as communication, research analysis, project and people management, networking, acquiring a mentor, being savy about politics, and having the right attitude.

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