Great on the Job: What to Say, How to Say It. The Secrets of Getting Ahead. [Jodi Glickman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Great on the Job has ratings and 22 reviews. Eva said: Sadly, I only Jodi Glickman. · Rating Be the first to ask a question about Great on the Job. Jodi Glickman is an entrepreneur, author, public speaker, consultant, and all- around expert in training people how to be great on the job. She is.
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It would help a lot for someone wanting to thrive in America corporate culture as it gives you jofi tips to guide your communication style. Jun 29, Vonetta rated it it was ok. Martin rated it really liked it Apr 04, EPA and Exxon Mobil along the way. He began putting my strategies into practice at work—and they worked!
Not what I was expecting. I’ve started practicing the skills Glickman outlines here, and am pleased to be getting results.
Great on the Job: What to Say, How to Say It. The Secrets of Getting Ahead.
Oh gosh—where to start? What to Say, How to Say It. While covering the obvious might be good for people missing some of the basics of professional human interaction, it wasn’t right for me.
Penny rated it really liked it Oct 05, One day he suggested I write a book about how to leave a voicemail. Wonderful Read for Any Professional This was a wonderful read so many helpful tips.
Glickman provides scripts with examples for all kinds of corporate situations that are potential pitfalls. Be generous—ask people if they have a minute to speak before chatting them up for fifteen minutes. Paperbackpages. Sep 02, Ian Nadeau rated it really liked it.
Started a new job and saw this book at the library so I checked it out.
Great on the Job: What to Say, How to Say It. The Secrets of Getting Ahead. by Jodi Glickman
During the conversation, ask for concrete ways to improve, say thank you and wait, digest and revisit. Forrest Obnamia rated it it was amazing Jun 23, Return to Book Page. Back to Search Results.
Selling yourself and crafting your elevator pitch can make a huge difference. Jan 05, Lauren Robinson rated it really liked it. Refresh and try again.
Good for a recent college grad who has had no white-collar job training. The problem I had with this book that it shifted between either too general or too specific information. Preview — Great on the Job by Jodi Glickman. Want to Read saving…. Mar 31, Eva Ongeri rated it liked it.
Jun 17, Vlad rated it it was ok. I found myself not looking forward to l This is probably one of the worst audio-book experiences I’ve had, and oddly, I’m not sure oh. She previously worked in the investment banking division at Goldman Sachs and was a policy analyst at the Environmental Protection Agency.
Jan 17, L. Do you know how to get valuable and useful feedback from your colleagues?
Dec 15, Farrell rated it it was ok. All the stuff they don’t teach you in school, but should. Oct 02, Isaac Schultz is currently reading it.
Technology is amazing, obviously, and it helps us be more creative and efficient and effective in everything we do. First—we have a really hard time getting to the point. This book has terrific, real life examples and responses that showcases the communication techniques. Marivic de la Cruz rated it liked it Sep 23, Sadly, I only enjoyed the last chapter of the book on perfecting your elevator pitch.
Once I began reading I realized why the author called it a pn it would be an excellent book for someone just starting their career or returning to the workforce but not a ‘seasoned employee’.
You need to yreat able to give your team actionable feedback about how to breat. The book might work better for me at a different time in my life, but at this point, it just missed the mark.