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"Great on the Job is the answer to building credibility at work. Rather than offering up generalized advice, this engaging guidebook delivers precise mechanics for communicating persuasively. Glickman, a trusted advisor and communications expert, imparts her own hard won business lessons to help you maneuver through those sticky, hard-to-navigate situations with savvy.”
—Selena Rezvani, columnist for The Washington Post and author of The Next Generation of Women Leaders: What You Need to Lead but Won’t Learn in Business School
“We live in a technology-driven world that often makes interpersonal communication unnecessary. Yet, if you want to inspire people and experience real success in your career – you have to step away from the computer and learn to lead face-to-face. What I love about Jodi’s approach is that she believes – as I do – that communication is not a “soft” skill at all. It’s a hard skill that can be taught, and she’s the expert to do it.”
—Emily Bennington, author of Effective Immediately: How to Fit In, Stand Out, and Move Up at Your First Real Job
"Jodi Glickman leverages her success in business school, finance, and entrepreneurship to teach readers, step by step, how to achieve desired results in any workplace conversation. Great on the Job's approach of turning effective communication from a soft skill that you either have or you don't, to a hard skill that can be practiced and mastered by anyone, is sheer brilliance."
—Alexandra Levit, nationally syndicated business columnist and author of New Job, New You.
"In today’s competitive business environment, being ‘good’ at work is simply not enough. To stand out from the crowd, you must have the tools to effectively communicate, collaborate, receive feedback and highlight success. Thanks to Jodi and Great on the Job, the art and science behind expert communication is no longer a mystery. This is a book that needed to be written—the top-notch advice, tactical strategies and real world examples are a blue print for how to master workplace communication. Don’t miss a great opportunity in your career because of a conversation that could have gone better or a question you should have thought to ask—do yourself a favor and read this book now."
—Cari Sommer, Co-Founder, Urban Interns
"A masterclass in workplace success—Great on the Job is a must read for anyone looking to get ahead in their career."
—Keith Ferrazzi, New York Times bestselling author of Never Eat Alone and Whose Got Your Back?
This is a great book for new professionals and ANYONE who wants to improve how they communicate.
I will also say that the lessons taught in this book have improved communication skills in social situations as well.
Great book written in easy-to-digest style chock full of real world examples that can be applied at work immediately.
I both read this book and attended a presentation by Jodi Glickman. This book is absolutely essential for anyone starting their professional career! Read morePublished 1 month ago by VASILEIOS PRASSAS
This book contains some good advice, but most of it wasn't applicable to my situation. She uses her experience at a consulting firm for many of the examples. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gavin
GOTJ has wonderful advice for common workplace conversations - both for seasoned professionals and soon-to-be professionals. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mark Sutton
It was a struggle to get through this entire book. I found most of the suggestions themselves to be quite rudimentary. Read morePublished 4 months ago by jodi
Nice product, received very quickly. Sometimes the right words make all the difference. Very helpful in polishing professional presence in the work place.Published 9 months ago by Texas Light
This book was a good purchase. It provides insight from various perspectives and I loved the way the author provided scenarios to bring the points home.Published 11 months ago by Sharlene
The book contains some good advice. It is really just a book of examples. There are more examples than content. Cannot bring myself to finish reading it.Published 12 months ago by Felicia Zabin
If you're scanning through the table of contents, don't be misled by the "simple" section titles. Yes, chances are you've heard all of them before, but there is a large gap between... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ilya Grigorik