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Author Brooks, Donna L., 1955-

Title Seven secrets of successful women
Published New York : McGraw-Hill, [1997]


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  650.1082 Bro/Sso  AVAILABLE
Description xiii, 274 pages ; 24 cm
regular print
Contents Pt. 1. The Seven Secrets. Success Secret One. Successful People Realize the Importance of a Mentor/Advocate/Cheerleader/Coach. Success Secret Two. Successful People Know How to Increase their Visibility. Success Secret Three. Successful People Know How to Develop an Effective Network. Success Secret Four. Success People Have Learned to Communicate Effectively. Success Secret Five. Successful People Know How to Balance Work and Home. Success Secret Six. Successful People Know When to Take Smart Risks. Success Secret Seven. Successful People Understand the Politics of the Organization -- Pt. 2. Putting the Secrets to Work. Men and Women at Work. Success Strategies When You're Downsized. International Influences -- Women and Technology -- Looking to the Future
Summary Over a four-year period, the authors profiled hundreds of professional women, both household names and others less well known but no less successful, to discover the key ingredients of their rise to the top. In this eye-opening book, the Brookses spell out the skills these women share - and provide specific action steps any woman can take to apply them to her own life and career. This book is not written just for superstars, but for every woman who wants a satisfying career, balance in her life, recognition and reward for her contributions, and some assurance that she can survive in today's unsettled corporate or professional environment. It's a guide for aspiring women at any level - from entry level right on up to CEO
Notes Includes index
Subject Businesswomen.
Success in business.
Interpersonal Relations.
Organization and Administration.
Women, Working.
Author Brooks, Lynn M
LC no. 97005058
ISBN 0070082294