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The Hidden Language of Business

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Margaret Morford-America's fastest-rising leadership strategist and author of the best-seller "Management Courage: Having the Heart of a Lion"-returns with a provocative, cage-rattling message for business professionals everywhere: Forget those ideas about workplace "politics" being shameful, unethical, or manipulative, Margaret says. Those notions are simplistic and naive ...more
Hardcover, 124 pages
Published June 21st 2010 by HR Edge
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It was a quick read with a lot of GREAT tips!
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Great quick read on the power of politics in the workplace.
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