Book: Corporate Mission Possible - The Manager's Guide To A Successful Corporate Career by Rob Marscategories: Book, Non-Fiction, Motivational, Success Guide, Career, Self-Help, Corporate Culture, Stress Management, Career Building, Corporate Communication, Corporate Ladder, Dream Job, Career Guide
Rob Marsabout this book: Unlike other success guides, this book does not promise you the sure way to become the next Jack Welch or Pat Russo – instead, it guides you through the pitfalls of the corporate culture, strategy, communication, specific behavior, financial management and ethics. It teaches you how to avoid mistakes slowing down or even breaking your career, and how to improve your understanding of the cause of frustrating requirements the corporate environment can have on you. I like to think that it performs the task with the warm and personal tone of an older brother rather than that of a distant senior corporate manager.
It took me only 3 months to write the book but 20 years to collect the material, during my career in the corporate world, starting with a position as an assistant to currently being a senior corporate executive. Some of what I learned about being successful in the corporate world is presented here.
I recommend this book not only to starting corporate managers but also to those who struggle with their corporate career and are on the verge of quitting due to frustration, burn-out or simply not being successful.
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