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Your First 90 Days In A New Job (How To Make An Impact) Paperback – September, 2004
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However, two topics did stand out. The description of the four managerial types (Laid Back, Ready-Fire-Aim, Popular & Hard Nose) with 'handling' suggestions would be useful for anyone at any level. The topic of preparing for the 'miss' (missed sales goal, missed product deliverable, missed date, etc.) was very informative,too. Few of us ever prepare to fail and when it happens to us, we are unprepared to explain it.
I decided NOT to keep this book as part of my permanent library, but I did give this book to someone who coachs people in job search for their personal lending library. It was worth the $8.75 I paid for it because I got free Amazon shipping, but not much more....
He's giving you the skeleton to build upon. I would call this "Management 101" with the bare essentials. You'll definitely have to go elsewhere after, but at least you know what you are looking for. You'll find the "meat" in the books one of the one star reviewers listed.
At any game, you need the fundamentals to be absolutely perfect. Robinson I believes provides these so your foundation can be solid.
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As a Career Management Coach, I find this book very helpful in working with clients on Onboarding.Published 13 months ago by Bettina in NYC
This book is true to it's title. I plan to circulate it among my newer employees to help them achieve their 1st 90 days of employment.Published on October 9, 2011 by Changing123
I found this book to be a total waste of money. It's a short little book without a lot of insight or tips. Not helpful.Published on October 20, 2010 by Newly employed
This book was awful. If I could rate it 0 stars, I would have. This book had no insight at all on developing any kind of strategy for moving forward in your career. Read morePublished on May 4, 2010 by J. Mahoney