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The 12 bad habits that hold good people back: overcoming the behavior patterns that keep you from getting ahead

Author: Waldroop, James ; Butler, TimothyPublisher: Currency, 2001. ; Doubleday, 2001.Language: EnglishDescription: 325 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0385498500Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes index
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Book Europe Campus
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Print ZA16 .W353 2001
(Browse shelf)
Available 001252248
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Includes index


The 12 Bad Habits That Hold Good People Back Overcoming the Behavior Patterns That Keep You From Getting Ahead Contents ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ix INTRODUCTION xi PART I: THE 12 BEHAVIORS THAT CAN HOLD YOU BACK Introduction 3 1. Never Feeling Good Enough 6 2. Seeing the World in Black and White 26 3. Doing Too Much, Pushing Too Hard 47 4. Avoiding Conflict at Any Cost 64 5. Running Roughshod over the Opposition 82 6. Rebel Looking for a Cause 101 7. Always Swinging for the Fence 117 8. When Fear Is in the Driver's Seat 132 9. Emotionally Tone-Deaf 149 10. When No Job Is Good Enough 165 Il. Lacking a Sense of Boundaries 181 12. Losing the Path 197 PART II: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES BEHIND THE 12 BEHAVIOR PATTERNS Introduction 223 13. Taking Others' Perspectives 226 14. Coming to Terms with Authority 248 15. Using Power 262 16. Looking in the Mirror: Examining Your Self-Image 283 Epilogue: Taking Care of Your Career 303 Takeaways: A Checklist for Change 305 Appendix: Using Jung's Personality Theory to Analyze Working Mode 311 Index 319

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