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Think Like an Entrepreneur, Act Like a CEO [electronic resource]: 50 Indispensable Tips to Help You Stay Afloat, Bounce Back, and Get Ahead at Work

Beverly E. Jones; Foreword by Kerry Hannon, author of Great Jobs for Everyone 50+
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Wayne, NJ : Career Press, [2016]
Language
English
ISBN
9781632650177, 9781632659811 (ebook)
Contents
  • Foreword / by Kerry Hannon
  • Introduction
  • To launch something new, you need a good plan
  • Think like an entrepreneur, wherever you are
  • Listening is your sure-fire, go-to career strategy
  • Tweak your brand to send clear messages
  • Start now to build your leadership brand
  • Power up by tweaking your personal style
  • Talk back to the voice in your head
  • How do other people get self-discipline?
  • How and why to keep smiling
  • The real meaning of "networking" may surprise you
  • What to say when your work is praised
  • Give positive feedback in smart ways
  • Get over your fear of looking like a suck up
  • Invent games to generate power and direction
  • Be prepared with clever ways to brag
  • Get the "it" factor : create "presence"
  • To make a career shift, start with one grain of sugar
  • How to take a career side step, one sugar grain at a time
  • Those annoying speech habits may cost you
  • Does your calendar support your success?
  • Prioritize your priorities
  • Getting your boss to listen
  • Leading upward : manage the boss, in a good way
  • The Jimmy Fallon touch : good manners help you shine
  • Do's and don'ts of saying "sorry"
  • Find the magic 20 percent
  • How to create mentoring that works both ways
  • Don't be sabotaged by your own frustration
  • Yes, you can do something about difficult colleagues
  • Find or build communities
  • Manage meetings that work
  • How to love your work again
  • Make social media work for you
  • Stress is contagious and debilitating--but often manageable
  • Snap out of it : coping with career rejection
  • How to build great teams, even if you're not the leader
  • Celebrate your wins and theirs
  • It's not okay to be late--usually
  • Use numbers to make your goals powerful
  • Use those amazing checklists
  • Overcome "big project letdown"
  • Know when to forget about status
  • To lead without authority, know how to herd cats
  • How bigger goals can take you further
  • You might hesitate, but keep going
  • Ageism is real : deal with it sooner than later
  • How to stay steady when change is constant
  • Art can boost your creativity at work
  • The right way to move on
  • Choose to be an optimist.
Description
Mode of access: World wide Web.
Notes
Includes bibliographic references (pages 215-219) and index.
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