For some people, work's a breeze: they glide effortlessly through all the office politics and back stabbing, always saying and doing the right thing, getting raises, getting promotions, getting results. What do they know that everyone else doesn't? The rules of work. Those rules are surprisingly easy to learn -- and once you know them, they're equally easy to live by. Now, Richard Templar's brought them all together in one place: the quick, irreverent The Rules of Work: A Definitive Guide to Personal Success. Templar doesn't just show you how to LOOK more effective: he shows you how to BE more effective in today's workplace environments. Discover how to get ahead without compromising your principles; how to project the air of confidence and energy that wins respect; how to carve out a powerful niche for yourself; how to handle conflict without alienating the warriors; how to read your corporate culture; when to speak and when to remain silent; when to stay late and when to leave early; and how to capitalize on the key moments that can supercharge your career.
The expanded edition of “The Rules of Work: A Definitive Code for Personal Success” by Richard Templar, the author of the international bestseller “The Rules of Life” is a quick read that offers up 108 “rules” to get ahead at your job. According to Templar, these are the most important rules you’ll follow, and by following them, you’ll climb the ladder toward better positions, more money, more recognition, and enjoy greater effectiveness and … more
This is an exemplary work on the details of getting ahead in today's business environment. It incorporates some of Andrew Carnegie's advice, as well as others in the human relations art. Here are some of the more noteworthy pieces of advice : - get your work noticed by management - develop a niche or specific area of your expertise - overdeliver what you promised - make definitive commitments - be cognizant … more