Brazen Careerist has ratings and 38 reviews. Shan said: I, too, think being brazen can be a good thing if used the right way. The author of this book. Penelope Trunk, author of Brazen Careerist: The New Rules for Success, hits the mark in her message (in her book) for individuals seeking to affect real change. Brazen careerist: the new rules for success / Penelope Trunk. Author. Trunk, Penelope. Edition. First edition. 1st ed. Published. New York: Warner Business.
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I picked up this book because I had used to read Penelope Braen work braen while ago. Open Preview See a Problem? Don’t be supportive Electronic communication cannot enhance relationships you don’t have. I would like to purchase the hard back version. If you work in a company and are looking for some quick fixes to your personal standing, seek out this book. When you break resume rules you look like you don’t know them.
I definitely agree with her stance that being likable is more important than being competent in corporate America and that people best remember stories so use ‘um in interviews and such.
Guy Kawasaki, author of The Art of the Start “Take everything you think you ‘know’ about career strategies, throw them away, and read this book because the rules have changed. Yes, there is always an option to glean something good out of a seriously bad situation; but to actively tell ruless that the bad situation is actually helpful to them Scroll to continue with content AD. I adore Boston Globe columnist and blogger Penelope Trunk, so you can imagine when she personally, yes!
She uses that hook to make a valuable point about the importance teh taking time to think big thoughts but still: I enjoyed hearing her take on things though. You also may like to try some of these bookshopswhich may or may not sell this item. I should pause to say I do have a wonderful big sister but she’s on a totally different career track in a different industry. In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up.
Yes it is aimed more towards Gen Y but is also helpful for those who have career-hopped and aren’t playing a strict hierarchy trajectory.
Gives an insightful perspective on how to handle office politics. Penelope Trunk, expert business advice columnist for the Boston Globe, gives anything but standard advice to help members of the X and Y generations succeed on their own terms in any industry. Search The Web Search Aol. Feb 05, Siddhangana rated it liked grazen Shelves: Be the first to add this to a list.
Brazen Careerist: The New Rules for Success
The New Rules for Success I had to make time for it. Tags What are tags? I had been planning on referring it to my friend, who has recently received his BA and is beating himself up about a lack of a career plan but seeing as he was just accepted to Princeton for a graduate program, I should probably just keep referring myself to the self-help section.
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But for someone who is genuinely interested in Trunk and willing to put in the time, read the blog. Fog and reviews What are comments? Life is too short to be stuck in a rat hole That would be the Boomer Generation’s structure and Trunk attacks it no holds barred.
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Hel I ordered this book from my library simply because Sucess am a member of the web site Penelope Trunk founded also named “Brazen Careerist” and my daily updates from the site sometimes contain posts from Trunk’s blog. Skip to content Skip to search.
This book was just what I needed.
She also confirms things that seem logical to me but are seldom articulated like “Mud-slinging means you’re losing ground” or “Show a genuine interest in the people around you at work”.