The art of being indispensable at work : win influence, beat overcommitment, and get the right things done / by Bruce Tegan
By: Tulgan, Bruce.Publisher: Boston, M.A. : Harvard Business Review Press, 2020Description: electronic resource.ISBN: 9781633698499.Subject(s): Leadership | Interpersonal communication | Professional development | CareersOnline resources: Download as an eBook | Download Audiobook
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Fight overcommitment syndrome -- The peculiar mathematics of real influence -- Lead from wherever you are - up, down, sideways... and diagonal -- When to say no and how to say yes -- Work smart -- Finish what you start -- Keep getting better and better at working together -- Go-to-ism - the art of being indispensable at work.
Reveals how to be the go-to person at work, thrive on complexity, stay focused and positive and get the right things done, without being over worked. Draws on studies of people at all levels, to show how go-to people think and behave differently, and how they manage expectations and thrive within challenging environments.