Indispensable by Monday lays out how you, whether you're the CEO or the mail clerk, can produce more money for your organization and increase success for yourself. Based on an exhaustive survey of 1,800 business leaders by author Larry Myler and organizational training company VitalSmarts, this helpful guide provides the exact skills and behaviors most employers look for in their employees, but too often don't find.
Immediately start adding financial value at work by learning the skills to:
Cut costs and increase revenues using innovative methods
Improve any process and increase efficiencies
Enhance cash flow and create a competitive advantage for your employer
Quantify your value with a Personal P&L Statement, no matter your role
Find the "most valuable" dollars that drop straight to the bottom line
Become a superstar both on your resume and in your next performance review
The basic goal of business is profit. Indispensable by Monday empowers you to embrace this goal as your own. If you've got a job, you'll find out how to improve and advance in it. If you're searching for a job, you'll get the tools you need to beat the competition. No matter what you do or where you do it, Indispensable by Monday offers you the surest way to make your value tangible and your success lasting.
"If you want to change who you are, you must change what you do. Get the job and keep the job you deserve! Read this book on Friday so that you will be indispensable by Monday!"—Mike Murray former VP of HR, Microsoft
"As a small business owner, I was able to improve profitability by a large percentage simply by using a few of the concepts in this very valuable book." —John G. Tinsley President/CEO, Centurion Security and Investigations
"Very few business books are this direct and to the point. Use just one or two of its techniques and become a financial hero at work. It's that simple." —Senator Margaret Dayton, Utah State Senate
"I have used the ideas in this book to find over $26,000 in unexpected profit for my employer! I'm working on another $45,000 right now. The total of $71,000 will repeat year after year. That's the same profit the company would make from over $1 million in normal sales—every year! My boss loves me, and I'm loving my job security." —Ben Clore, Facilities Manager
I recommend you grab your highlighter and keep it handy as you read this book.
The employee looks like a hero, and the company significantly increases profits, which can lead to employee promotion and raises.
I feel confident the book's principal focus on always adding value helped me land the job I have today.
This is all about the bottom line. You want to rise in the mind of the CEO, find a way to increase the profits. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Claude Lambert
Whenever I read a business book like INDISPENSIBLE BY MONDAY, my first action is to check the credentials of the author. Read morePublished 20 months ago by W. Terry Whalin
This engaging book is packed with effective advice to help you become the employee every company wants - one who generates more income than his or her salary. Read morePublished on August 23, 2011 by Rolf Dobelli
Here are the principles I love in this book:
-Larry encourages every employee to calculate how much, in total, they cost the company for which they work. Read more
The book is a quick read and is filled with great ideas to lower costs and increase profitability. Businesses of any size would benefit by implementing the ideas discussed. Read morePublished on March 20, 2010 by R. Warner
While reading this book for myself, I couldn't think of anyone who should not read this book. Even a retiree could find the information useful and gain insight into their own... Read morePublished on March 15, 2010 by Rachel B. Chandler
I got the book Friday evening. Read it on Saturday. Using just one idea from the book, by the end of Sunday I had written a proposal for $1,000,000 savings over the next 5 years... Read morePublished on March 15, 2010 by Ron Bodhorn
During the last 10+ years, I have recommended numerous books to thousands of professionals either looking for a job or wanting to make the most of their current career path. Read morePublished on February 20, 2010 by Gordon Miller