Are You a Jerk @ Work and Don't Even Know It?
Do you struggle to land or keep a job? Are you frustrated that you're not getting hired or excelling in the workplace?
Well, you're in luck! Knock It Off! How To Quit Being a Jerk @ Work was written to help you identify your level of jerkiness and figure out how to knock it off.
You'll learn how to identify your strengths and personality type; make a great first impression - from a well-written resume to interview etiquette; what to do when you don't know what to do; fireable behaviors to avoid; the things that drive bosses insane; and even how to quit a job gracefully.
This book is packed with true, but hilarious, examples and practical tools to help you quit being a jerk and become a crazy good employee.
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In Knock It Off!, Guyla Greenly addresses a wide range of topics that will help individuals become a valuable employee. From suggestions on best practices for applying and interviewing for a job, to steps for becoming an invaluable employee, all the way to exiting a job well, Guyla provides numerous practical tips for successfully getting along in the workplace. Her warm, personal writing style presents the information in a way that is easy to read and implement to real life.
Paul White, Ph.D.
Co-author, the best-selling The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace
Psychologist & Workplace Relationship Expert
Dr. Greenly presents straight answers with a good blend of humor as she talks to job seekers about how to prepare for, get, and keep a job! Her sound advice and practicality throughout the book engage the reader and draw them into participation! The book begins with a chapter on The Importance of Knowing Yourself and ends with a chapter on Should You Stay or Should you Go? Guyla covers everything in between so the reader really has no unanswered questions! Each chapter ends with a checklist for the job seeker recapping key points, but more importantly, providing step-by-step actions they need to take to keep moving forward in their endeavor. Woven into the practicality is the research behind the why’s for actions and protocol! I laughed out loud, and as someone who has been on all sides of the hiring process, has trained job seekers, and worked with employers in hiring those seekers, I say, “way to go Dr. Greenly!”
Diane M. Wiater, Ph.D.
Strategist, coach, leadership development, and small business consultant
Wiater Consulting Group, LLC