In his previous books, ted management consultant Glenn Shepard showed managers how to get the most from their workforce. Now, in How to Be the Employee Your Company Can't Live Without, Shepard shows employees how to get the most from themselves, their jobs, and their careers. This practical, actionable guide explains what today's managers are really looking for in employees, what they place the highest value on, and how employees can surpass expectations to gain raises and promotions. Based on common-sense principles that will work for anyone in any career, this practical, real-world guide shows you how to: * Answer the one question that will immediately make you a highly valued employee * Excel in your job by simply showing your employer how much you care about your job * Create job security by earning a reputation as the most reliable person around * Learn the right way to make mistakes * Develop the kind of professional work ethic that gets you promoted * Be the problem-solver companies are looking for * And take control of your professional destiny! Millions of Americans feel stuck in dead-end jobs that are getting them where. Often they think, despite their best efforts, that one will tice or reward their success. How to Be the Employee Your Company Can't Live Without shows you how to excel at the office and garner the recognition you've worked hard to earn. Master these principles and apply them every day at work and unlimited success will be your reward.
After buying his own business in 1988, Glenn Shepard learned that managing a staff of three was harder than working for a national corporation with thousands of employees. He discovered that managers everywhere faced the same problems he was, and so he created the live seminar How to Manage Problem Employees in 1998 (a book by that same title was published by John Wiley & Sons in August 2005). Within two years, it has become so popular that it was selling out in each of the 25 states where he taught it. Today, Glenn gives between 100 and 150 seminars per year. Visit www.GlennShepard.com for more information or to subscribe to Shepard's free e-zine.