Every corporation is different -- and so are you. For job seekers and managers, FIT IN! The Unofficial Guide to Corporate Culture is your map to navigating the back doors and underground paths to corporate success. Every organization has informal rules, unspoken expectations, and hidden secrets to success. Now human identity expert Mark Williams has done the unthinkable and spilled the beans, identifying the "10 Fit Factors" that define a company’s culture. This is not a book that tries to change the system. Rather, it prepares you to: decode corporate dynamics; recognize factors that may adversely affect personal well-being; and make clear choices in order to fit in or move on to another workplace that values who you are. Whether you’re on the inside or the outside, looking to hire or be hired, this book is essential reading if you’re looking for answers to questions like these:
·You thought your interview was a slam dunk -- so why didn’t you get the job?
·They said they wanted you for your fresh ideas and innovative way of thinking -- so why aren’t they listening?
·They tell you that you need to work on your communications skills --what do they mean?
·They tell you you’re not a "team player" -- why not?
·You recruited only the best and the brightest -- so why didn’t they all excel?
·How do I give feedback to employees who don’t seem to fit in?
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Mark Williams is the founder of MarkusWorks, an interactive media company whose mission is to help individuals, organizations and communities better manage pressing issues related to human relationships and human identity in today's global environment. Mark also served as founder and CEO of The Diversity Channel that developed eLearning, training and education services for businesses, organizations and government agencies. Mark has provided coaching and education to such Fortune 500 companies as UNISYS, Avon, American Express, Marriott International, Microsoft, Sara Lee, Colgate Palmolive, Cisco Systems, Hearst Communications, Johnson and Johnson, Merck, Office Depot, Exxon Mobil, and Chevron Texaco; the Central Intelligence Agency, the United States Navy, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Merck and Harvard Medical School. He has been quoted widely in business publications such as Fast Company, Black Enterprise, and in The Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, and Chicago Tribune. He has appeared as a guest on national television programs including Bloomberg News, CBS’s The Early Show, and the CNN Financial News Network. Mark is the author of The 10 Lenses: Your Guide to Living and Working in a Multicultural World (Capital Books, 2001) and Your Identity Zones (Capital, 2004).
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