Many professionals sabotage their careers and sacrifice job satisfaction because they don't know how to overcome obstacles to career success. This book gives them tips and techniques to beat these career barriers. It identifies the elements of a successful career and lays out steps that help workers become more engaged at work. Candid, practical advice shows the reader how to counter weaknesses, correct damaging behaviors, defuse political situations, communicate for better control, and more. This guide is for the professional who wants to earn a promotion or raise, and get those plum assignments!
Arthur D. Rosenberg (New York/New Jersey) is a consultant. He specializes in business analysis, project management, documentation, corporate communications, and training. He has influenced the career development of hundreds of individuals at more than forty of the top corporate and educational institutions including New York City Housing Authority, U.S. Department of Education, UPS, AT&T, Citibank, Prudential, Marsh & McLennan, Schwab, Time Inc., Scholastic, Viacom, and Paramount Pictures. He also gives career-related seminars to professional and minority groups. His previous books include The Resume Handbook, Manipulative Memos, and Ace the Technical Interview