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Today’s workplace is a bonanza of advancement opportunities for those who know how to seize them—and a maze of career-ending pitfalls for those who don’t. In this practical, straightforward guide, executive coach Linda Dominguez provides proven success strategies for anyone who holds a job—in any industry. Serving as a personal coach of your own, How to Shine at Work will help you define your goals—and achieve them.
Learn how to:
…plus much more, including case studies and real-world examples along with invaluable self-tests, worksheets, and checklists to help you take control of your future—and your life.
About the Author
Linda R. Dominguez is the founder and principal of Executive Coaching and Resource Network and has worked with more than 500 executives and leaders to advance their careers. She is also a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal, Fortune and other business and career publications.
How to Shine at Work
Linda R. Dominguez
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
How to shine at work / by Linda Dominguez.
1. Career development. 2. Managing your boss. 3. Interpersonal
relations. 4. Job satisfaction. I. Title.
This book is printed on recycled, acid-free paper containing a minimum of 50% recycled de-inked fiber.
To my son Josh, his wife Denyse, and their son Gabriel—and to my son Joe, his wife Natascha and their son Anthony. These six people bring joy, love, and balance to my life, allowing me to better develop my vision and honor my values.
To my friend, Gina Dias, who has been a beacon of strength and integrity during my entire adult life, and a constant reminder of how our choices lead us forward, if we let them.