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Low Man on the Totem Pole: Stop Begging for a Promotion, Start Selling Your Genius

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For many of us, the thought of work brings to mind a daily nine-to-five grind, reporting to disinterested supervisors, and ''working for the weekend.'' You probably enter the office feeling disenchanted, counting down the minutes until 5 p.m. Whether this approach to work is due to feeling unrecognized for your work, being a cog in a corporate machine, or the influence of ...more
Paperback, 324 pages
Published January 30th 2018 by MCP Books
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May 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
Described as a ‘tough love-letter to the employee in all of us, this book seeks to shake the jaded employee (that we can be at times) and try and get you have better control of your career.

The book doesn’t promise the earth, nor anything that it cannot deliver, but it does offer at least some strategies for possibly refocussing or reformatting your career, even without requiring significant change from your employer. Through an attitude change, for example, can come many changes that in turn may
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Jan 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Low Man On The Totem Pole is an extensive series of advice on how to make a joyful and fulfilling career regardless of what it is.

Anyone with a job. Entrepreneurs and would-be business people can also take a stab at it. More importantly, anyone with no idea of what to do next might find a worthy tip on how to get started. For those with a nemesis at work, making your life miserable, this book might be what you need to live above such whirlwind.

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The author, H.V.MacArthur, has built her expertise through hard fought career experiences of her own, as well as having the honor of partnering closely with people on their own journey from all walks of life, levels of success, and points of career change. From serving in the military to carving out her role as a coach and a consultant with several Fortune 500 companies, she has collected a wide a ...more

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