The Boss and The Assistant. It's a basic business relationship, and the structure is easy: The Boss gives orders, and The Assistant obeys. But there's an alternative that's better for both assistant and boss, and it's called ""partnership."" In this eye-opening book, assistants learn how they can break out of old, narrow roles and enjoy working with a boss instead of for a boss. This change liberates creativity and self-confidence, and reveals hidden skills and interests. It also makes an assistant more valuable (and promotable) to the boss and the company. Readers learn specific techniques for how to: * initiate the transition to a partnering relationship * understand their boss's work style and adapt to it -- without losing their sense of self * become a proactive worker who takes responsibility for mistakes and credit for successesÜber den Autor:
JERRY WISINSKI (San Antonio, TX) is a consultant with expertise in interpersonal skills, assertiveness training, and team building. He served as Executive Director of International Trainers, Educators, and Consultants at Trinity University, and is the author of "Resolving Conflicts on the Job" (AMACOM).
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Buchbeschreibung AMACOM BOOKS Mrz 1999, 1999. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 224x150x10 mm. Neuware - This text aims to teach assistants how to break out of the role and enjoy working with a boss instead of for a boss. This change is designed to liberate creativity and self-confidence, reveal hidden skills and interests and make an assistant more valuable and promotable. 120 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780814470138