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How To Ask For A Raise Without Getting Fired: And 24 Other Techniques For Resolving Conflicts At Work & In Life Paperback – August 22, 2013
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“A well-written, fluid book with plenty of good examples…Schwimmer is the expert…an artful extension of a series of seminars he presents annually around the country.”
- Chicago Tribune
About the Author
Schwimmer has a long commitment to counseling business and professional individuals on risk-taking and managing workplace conflict. He has taught his classes and workshops at the City Colleges of Chicago and Northwestern University. In addition, more than 25,000 people have attended his seminar programs on "Risk-Taking" and "Managing People & Conflicts." He is also a noted expert on practices guaranteeing women's rights in the workplace, winning national praise for his corporate seminar: "Women On The Fast Track."
Schwimmer began his business career as an entrepreneur. Before he was 30, he built his own multi-million dollar food company in Chicago, IL. He has also worked as a corporate executive, consultant, writer, teacher and lecturer, as well as authoring his two best-selling books – "How To Ask for a Raise Without Getting Fired" and "Winning Your Next Promotion in One Year (Or Less)!" both, originally published by Harper & Row. As a respected life coach, he has appeared on NBC's TODAY Show and has produced, written and hosted his own program on PBS.
He has held senior level executive positions with such leading multi-national companies as Gillette Co., Nabisco, and the financial services divisions of Smith-Barney and McGladrey/H&R Block. As a mergers and acquisitions expert, Schwimmer has personally consulted with 9,600 business owners and has been involved in the sale of 135 companies.
He received his Bachelors in Marketing from Northern Illinois University, where he also did his M.B.A. graduate studies. Schwimmer also holds his National Association of Security Dealers licenses and a Real Estate License.
He currently resides in San Francisco, California.
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Top Customer Reviews
The book has many role-playing scenarios so that the reader can see exactly how aggressive and non-assertive people behave. But best of all, Schwimmer shows readers how to properly resolve a conflict by being assertive. And he goes on to show readers in a step-by-step manner how they can ask for a pay raise they deserve -- and get it!
Steve in Calgary, Canada