101 Ways to Make Yourself Indispensable at Work, 1st Edition

  • Carol Silvis
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  • ISBN-10: 1305486463
  • ISBN-13: 9781305486461
  • DDC: 650.1
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 168 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released October 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010

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With jobless rates at their highest in decades and companies worldwide making tough decisions about downsizing and layoffs, it's more important than ever for employees to keep the job they have and make themselves invaluable. 101 Ways to Make Yourself Indispensable at Work is a hands-on, no nonsense guide to making the most of your job and appearing valuable to upper management. It contains tips and techniques to make you look more valuable to your employer, and will even help you advance in your company and career as well. Topics covered include building positive work habits, fostering people skills, expanding leadership abilities, making good impressions, and more. The tips and techniques are relevant to workers in any industry or at any skill level. Invaluable for both new hires and seasoned workplace veterans 101 Ways to Make Yourself Indispensable at Work will help make sure you're not the next casualty of the recession!

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
About the Author.
101 Ways to Make Yourself Indispensable at Work.
1: Surpass the Competition.
2: Make a Good Impression.
3: Develop Work Savvy.
4: Build Positive Work Habits.
5: Skills and Education.
6: Foster People Skills.
7: Expand Your Leadership Skills.
8: Strategies for Success.
9: Have a Plan.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Carol Silvis

Carol Silvis is the author of 101 Ways to Connect with Customers, Chiefs, and Co-Workers, Job Hunting After 50, 101 Ways to Make Yourself Indispensable at Work, and college textbooks 100% Externship Success and General Office Procedures. Other publications include "Time Management and Organization for Writers" (2012 Writers Market), a dozen creative non-fiction stories and inspirational pieces published in national magazines, and over 40 articles published in various newsletters. Ms. Silvis has a master's degree in education and has trained adults in how to get a job, keep and enjoy it, and advance on the job. She teaches part time at Penn State's New Kensington campus and leads workshops and seminars for schools, businesses, professional organizations, and libraries on job hunting, resume preparation, customer service, stress management, telephone techniques, human relations/teamwork, communication, writing, and time management/organization. She is the president of Pennwriters, a 400+- member writing group. She won the 2008 Meritorious Service Award, was past VP and Authors' Advocate, and was the 2005 and 2007 Conference Coordinator.