First-job survival guide : how to thrive and advance in your new career / Diane C. Decker, Victoria A. Hoevemeyer, and Marianne Rowe-Dimas.
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0518/2005024684.html - Table of contents
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- ISBN: 1593572530 (alk. paper pbk):
- Physical Description: x, 214 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : JIST Works, 
- Copyright: ©2006
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction : surviving your very first day on the job -- It's all about image -- Your professional image -- Business writing basics -- Business etiquette -- Working with people -- Dealing with difficult co-workers -- Developing a positive relationship with your boss -- Seven ways to be an effective team member -- Skills for getting ahead -- Tapping into the positive side of conflict -- Situations -- Influencing others -- Maximizing your results.
Don't make simple mistakes that lead to a bad start -- or worse -- job termination in your first job. Learn the secrets to get started and get ahead. Filled with practical advice for recent high school and college graduates who are new to the workforce, First-job Survival Guide offers stories, checklists, self-tests, and chapter summaries to build your confidence, polish your image, and prepare you for your first day and beyond to be a top performer and move up the ladder faster. --Cover (p.4).
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