Enhancing Your Executive Edge
HOW TO DEVELOP THE SKILLS TO LEAD AND SUCCEED
Build your career by design, not by accident.
Why do some people get to the top while others—who work just as hard—don’t get past middle management? Two words: Executive Edge.
Your technical skills may get you the job, but your interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence will get you the promotion. In Enhancing Your Executive Edge, Kim Zoller and Kerry Preston provide the specific tools you need to make the jump from middle or upper management to an executive-level position. It’s not about being among the standouts in a company. It’s about being the standout.
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You Did What?!
THE BIGGEST BLUNDERS PROFESSIONALS MAKE (A CONFIDENT COMMUNICATOR’S GUIDE)
A study of thousands of fired employees, conducted by Harvard University’s Bureau of Vocational Guidance, revealed that for every one person fired for performance-related issues, two lost their jobs for failure to deal successfully and professionally with other people.
Setting yourself apart in today’s highly competitive business environment takes thought and planning. Not only do you need to have excellent job skills, but you also must have excellent people skills.
You Did What?! gives you solid techniques that can be used right away to achieve effective results.
You Said What?!
THE BIGGEST COMMUNICATION MISTAKES PROFESSIONALS MAKE (A CONFIDENT COMMUNICATOR’S GUIDE)
Communication is a measure of how we are heard. It’s not about us; it is about how the other person perceives our message. If you are not where you should be in your career, the problem may very well be how you communicate.
You Said What?! is an action-oriented book that gives you solid techniques that can be used right away to achieve effective results, including:
- Quick tips and strategies on communication skills.
- Real-life stories of how business communication can impact your career.
- Tools that help you be understood and heard.
You Said What?! will help you strengthen your message by planning and sharpening your communication skills.