Rise: 3 Practical Steps for Advancing Your Career, Standing Out as a Leader, and Liking Your Life




      Rise: 3 Practical Steps for Advancing Your Career, Standing Out as a Leader, and Liking Your Life
A straight shooting Silicon Valley executive reveals insider career strategies to becoming a great leader, developing your network, succeeding without wasting time, and managing trade offs between your work and life so your life works.GET YOUR BREAKTHROUGH Patty Azzarello became the youngest general manager at Hewlett Packard at age thirty three, ran a 1 billion software business at thirty five, and became a CEO at thirty eight all without turning into a self centered, miserable jerk In Rise, Azzarello shares the insider secrets to advancing your career while having a life in three practical steps DO Better Set Ruthless Priorities, work and lead strategically, and deal with frustrating obstacles and stupid people LOOK Better Build your credibility with the people who can help or blacklist you.CONNECT Better Develop your network without being political Get on the List of people who get the best opportunities Whether you are just starting up the corporate ladder, stuck midcareer, transitioning, or eyeing the corner office, Rise shows you the difference between getting ahead and just working hard. Read Rise: 3 Practical Steps for Advancing Your Career, Standing Out as a Leader, and Liking Your Life – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Rise: 3 Practical Steps for Advancing Your Career, Standing Out as a Leader, and Liking Your Life
  • Patty Azzarello
  • English
  • 05 November 2018
  • 1607742608

10 thoughts on “ Rise: 3 Practical Steps for Advancing Your Career, Standing Out as a Leader, and Liking Your Life

  1. Jina says:

    I really, really liked this book I think it would be a great guidebook for anyone looking to climb the corporate ladder It also helped me realize that I don t want to do that It s in her chapter on becoming the CEO of a big company Here s how it goes from my own experience and discussing this with others, basically, you get paid the first 250,000 annually for your brains and your results The second 250,000, you get paid for frustrating, time wasting, disheartening big company slowness I really, really liked this book I think it would be a great guidebook for anyone looking to climb the corporate ladder It also helped me realize that I don t want to do that It s in her chapter on becoming the CEO of a big company Here s how it goes from my own experience and discussing this with others, basically, you get paid the first 250,000 annually for your brains and your...

  2. Graham says:

    This book is fantastic While the premise is to advance your career and the title sounds completely self serving, the bulk of it is actually advice about how to be a really good leader thats focussed on what the business needs It turns out that understanding what s important to the business you work in and being focussed on boosting its success rather than on your own predilections is what earns people respect in a business, both from their reports and superiors Surprise So, much of the This book is fantastic While the premise is to advance your career and the title sounds completely self serving, the bulk of it is actually advice about how to be a really good leader that s focussed on what the business needs It turns out that understanding what s important to the business you work in and being focussed on boosting its success rather than on your own predilections is what earns people respect in a business, both from their reports and superiors Surprise So, much of the book is about techniques for ensuring you and your team are focussed on the right goals and the right tasks, while the balance of the book is on how to get your leadership recognised and translated into promotion.Patty has a very easy reading style and it s packed full of...

  3. M. Michelle says:

    Common sense but not obvious practical advice It s a really good book to help you assess where you are, where you intend to go and how to get there It s sneaky in leading you to gut check whether your desire to achieve ultimate career success as defined by mainstream values is truly what you value.

  4. Dave Bolton says:

    Terrific career advice, probably most useful for people close to executive level positions or senior management, but there s plenty for people earlier in their career aspiring forresponsibility too This is one of those books that resonated so much with me that I bought a hard copy after fini...

  5. G. Kofi says:

    Simple read Writing style was really practical and to the point

  6. Irina Ioana says:

    I wish I read this book before I worked at Google The books is full l, and I mean, full of good advice and strategies A must read.

  7. Andrew Lukyanenko says:

    This was an interesting book from an intriguing viewpoint Considering I m far from such level yet, I don t agree with some of the points in the book like it is okay to fail your job if you bringvalue to busine...

  8. CoolBreeze1978 says:

    Yikes I can t believe I read a book about corporate ladder climbing, and evenso, I can t believe I actually liked it But I did And mostly because it s not so much about corporate ladder climbing per se, and muchabout getting your act together, becomingprofessional, and how to make your way alongside co workers, bosses, customers patients etc This book focuses on looking the part, connecting well with others, and beingvaluable to the team All of which has broad Yikes I can t believe I read a book about corporate ladder climbing, and evenso, I can t believe I actually liked it But I did And mostly because it s not so much about corporate ladder climbing per se, and muchabout getting your act together, becomingprofessional, and how to make your way alongside co workers, bosses, customers patients etc This book focuses on looking the part, connecting well with others, and beingvaluable to the team All of which has broad applications whatever your field I m not interested in the corp...

  9. Angie says:

    This book is great It is a comprehensive guide to restructuring your work to get ahead while still being true to your strengths.

  10. Kelly says:

    One of the most directly applicable career books I ve read in a long time Best for those in mid level career stages looking to elevate to the executive level.

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