Secrets to Winning at Office Politics Secrets to Winning at Office Politics

Secrets to Winning at Office Politics

How to Achieve Your Goals and Increase Your Influence at Work

    • 3.3 • 35 Ratings
    • $11.99
    • $11.99

Publisher Description

Get Ahead, Gain Influence, Get What You Want

Office politics are an unavoidable fact of life in every workplace. To accomplish your personal and business goals, you must learn to successfully play the political game in your organization. Whether you are a new player or a seasoned veteran, Secrets to Winning at Office Politics can help you increase your personal power without compromising your integrity or taking advantage of others. This smart, practical guide shows you how to stop wasting energy on things you can't change and start taking steps to get what you want.

Written by an organizational psychologist and corporate consultant, Marie G. McIntyre's Secrets to Winning at Office Politics uses real-life examples of political winners and losers to illustrate the behaviors that contribute to success or failure at work. You will be shown techniques for managing your boss more effectively, improving your influence skills, changing the way you are perceived, and dealing with difficult people. Using these proven strategies for political success, you will then be able to create a Political Game Plan that outlines the steps necessary to accomplish your own individual goals.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2005
July 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
288
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Publishing Group
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
4
MB

Customer Reviews

1newnisi ,

Absolutely a must read for all levels of readers!

One of the very best books I’ve read on Leadership, Emotional Intelligence and self-awareness.

Fusion 1 ,

Hard Hitting

I loved this book. Hard hitting, practical, and action-oriented. We all face bullies and opponents in the workplace and this gives you some solid tactics to deal with them.

FD1977 ,

Very Basic

Extremely basic book with entry level style. I couldn't get anything out of it that is not obvious to everyone who works at corporate. Save your money for something better.

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