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*The real secret to impressing your business leaders as an HR professional.
*The awful, brutal and unpleasant truth about advancing your career in HR.
*Sneaky, but brilliant little ways to use LinkedIn to boost your HR career.
*Steps you should take to avoid getting insulting 2-3% merit increases.
*How to use the Tiger Woods' career model to move your career forward.
*The P.O.W.E.R. formula that makes great HR jobs come to you served up on a silver platter.
*What to do when you mess up in HR and still come out ahead.
*How 70% of all HR jobs are really filled -- no matter what your company tells you!
*Why you need to embrace the F-word and use it regularly.
*How to make more money and build your wealth faster in HR.
*The 5-minute time investment you must make to avoid sabotaging your career.
*Networking strategies that apply just to HR professionals.
*Your G.R.A.N.D. circle of relationships, including two people you must always keep on speed dial.
*And much, much more.
Excellent information! Practical useful tips you can put to use right away. Alan writes and explains it all in no nonsense, easy and fun way. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Msb
One of the best book recommended for all HR professional to be better in managing your career.Published 1 month ago by Wasana Klakarna
I recommend this to not only HR professionals, but anyone working on climbing the corporate ladder. Alan does a great job educating us in the balance of advancing our personal... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Trisha
I spent 12 years in HR and am now a full time, tenured professor of MGMT/HR. I largely agree with the suggestions offered in this book, particularly with the introduction that... Read morePublished 6 months ago by LeeBo
Recommend this easy to read (in a weekend!) book for anyone in Human Resources, or other professions, that want to continue to improve their career. Great tips on networking.Published 19 months ago by BvB
I read this book when I had interviews to brush-up on my skills. It's helpful, therefore, I would recommend this book to family and friends.Published 23 months ago by College Student
I read this book and have already taken some of the advice. I would recommend it to any HR professional looking to improve themselves.Published on November 20, 2012 by Kathleen Mixon
I absolutely love this book. I am currently getting my Master's degree in I/O Psychology and have an internship in an HR department. Read morePublished on November 8, 2012 by Andrea Dvorak
There are many books which one refers back from time to time. I purchased this book with a bit of skepticism since I was aware that this book will not be enriching me with... Read morePublished on October 21, 2010 by Gaurav Kapil