The author of the million-copy-selling 1001 Ways series shows how to get ahead by fulfilling every employers ultimate expectation. This book contains a clear message: Every boss wants an effective worker to do what most needs to be done without having to be asked. Simple? Perhaps. Easy? Not on your life. But thanks to Bob Nelson, employers and employees everywhere will beThe author of the million-copy-selling 1001 Ways series shows how to get ahead by fulfilling every employers ultimate expectation. This book contains a clear message: Every boss wants an effective worker to do what most needs to be done without having to be asked. Simple? Perhaps. Easy? Not on your life. But thanks to Bob Nelson, employers and employees everywhere will be empowered by this vital message, and in the process achieve their goals and create a mutually rewarding experience. As brief, to the point, and inspiring as his previous best-selling titles, Nelsons commonsense advice can be applied to any situation, from the mailroom to the boardroom, and is illustrated with a wide array of examples and anecdotes from real life. Helping readers tap into their own intelligence, resourcefulness, and pride, Nelson demonstrates how acts of initiative both big and small can make an enormous difference in the way an employee is viewed--and rewarded--by his or her boss; he also shows how the effects of those actions benefit the entire organization. It's a perfect first day on the job book; a useful resource for any HR department; and a worthwhile investment for anyone who wants to learn more and go farther in a job, in a career, and in life....
|Title||:||Please Don't Just Do What I Tell You! Do What Needs to Be Done: Every Employee's Guide to Making Work More Rewarding|
|Number of Pages||:||112 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Please Don't Just Do What I Tell You! Do What Needs to Be Done: Every Employee's Guide to Making Work More Rewarding Reviews
This book is based on the idea that you shouldn't just do what is being told you need to do what needs to be done. Bob Nelson writes to the general public about this book in ways to not only accept what is being asked of you as a worker but to challenge it. Find ways to go above and beyond by pushing yourself as an employee. The book itself is a very easy read and is a few pages over a hundred so I feel that this is a great suggestion to get you thinking about where you are in your career. The overall feel of the book was great and many suggestions will be taken and observed in my own career and I would suggest to do the same.
This book is a must read for anyone finishing school and getting ready to enter the work force. It will really help them learn how to plan their lives.This book is filled with many actionable and doable ideas, and can be a great resource for a manager, that wants to give some advise to a direct report on what to change.Only a short 100 pages long, this book can be read before you finish a cup of coffee.
I used this book to help me develop an 8 hour team building day for my staff. It brought up some useful items, many of which I felt were obvious but it made me realize that some employees need more help than others in being successful in their jobs. The United States Navy has used this on their professional reading list previously.
I read this to see if it might be good for my supervisee's and I think it will be. It is pretty much common sense if you want to be a valuable employee that you need to be working to make the company better but surprising how many people don't get that. I will probably use parts from this in training.
The book is based on how to improve your job profile and life. it more speaks about the way you should do the work which you feel you should do. Its a very less time taking book so any one can finish it in couple of hours.
very basic reading but good reading . allows you to refocus on your game plan or even give insightful ways to create a ame plan to reinvent your workplacke ethics and goal setting skills to be an elite in any arena of employment
I mean, it was ok. Had to read it for work. Might as well count towards my goal, right?
Good business book
The only self-help book I ever read. Made me feel very guilty at the time.