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Winner of the 10th Annual International Self-Published Book Awards contest, sponsored by Writer's Digest magazine!
Brody and Holland's book was chosen from more than 300 entries in the nonfiction category.
Judges from the contest said, "Help! Was That a Career Limiting Move? is a very clever, handy and what-could-be very helpful little guide for those on the business fast track -- or anyone wanting to succeed at his/her job. The content is complete, covering business-related situatons -- what to doa nd what not to do, how to avoid professional career limiting moves."
Gain valuable insight about the secrets of success to know now what is has taken others their entire careers to learn. Some topics covered include:
How to be more hireable & promotable
What to wear, when to wear it, and how to act in it
Dealing with corporate politics and office dynamics
Being techno-savvy - Hello? Like there's a choice!?
Plus, an entire section on real-life examples of Career Limiting Moves to avoid!
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Marjorie Brody, MA, CSP, CMC, an internationally recognized expert and motivational speaker on career enhancement and corporate etiquette, connects people to potential. She grooms corporate leaders in savvy communication and polished presentation skills · Marjorie has appeared on CNBC, Fox-TV, Oxygen Network, and been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, USA Today, People, Glamour, BusinessWeek, Fortune and many other national publications * She is author of 15 books, including Speaking is an Audience-Centered Sport, and Professional Impressions ... Etiquette for Everyone, Every Day.
Pamela J. Holland, Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Brody Communications Ltd., comes from a background of extensive sales, marketing and HR involvement at one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies · She also serves on the Board of Directors for two Philadelphia-area private educational institutions, and writes articles for a variety of business publications · Pam has appeared on Bloomberg Business TV, Fox-TV in Philadelphia and on ABCNews.com· She has seen many a young professional falter for lack of recognizing the "little things" about business behavior that make a big difference.Review:
A highly practical guide to improving oneself and one's chances for career advancement. Packed ... with tips, tricks and techniques. -- The Midwest Book Review, May 2002
An essential for corporate etiquette/people skills. Every student entering the workforce should have a copy/memorize. Must have for professional development. -- Heartland Reviews, July 2002
Is it easy to get ahead? Brody/Holland say yes – if you're prepared. Their book provides do’s/don’ts for all levels. -- JobFind newspaper, July 14-20, 2002
Packed with tips to help you avoid potholes along your career journey ... ends with amusing examples of career limiting moves. -- OfficePRO Magazine, June/July 2002
Required reading for entering the business world. Excellent tips on being hirable & promotable ... presented in a humorous style. -- Today's Librarian, December 2001
Shares timeless wisdom in a light, breezy style ... students & graduates could benefit ... a quick read that entertains & educates. -- Journal Magazine, Spring 2002
Stepping into an entry-level position? New to corporate environments? If something's missing from your professional education, this comprehensive guide helps! -- Executive Female Magazine, December/January 2002
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Book Description Brody Communications Ltd, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111931148031
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