Business FAQs: Answers to the 100 Most Difficult Business Questions of All Time
by Ken Langdon and Andrew Bruce
John Wiley & Sons (UK) Copyright Ken Langdon and Andy Bruce © 2002
This practical reference book gives step-by-step solutions to 100 of the most commonly asked business questions from 'Do you wait for a promotion or chase it?' to 'What is knowledge management?' and much more.
From New Recruit to High Flyer: No-nonsense Advice on How to Fast Track Your Career
by Hugh Karseras
Kogan Page © 2006 (224 pages)
Based on a survey of 200 successful executives who were strong performers when they were on the first rung, this book will help you to be viewed as a highflyer, and achieve greater job satisfaction, higher pay and faster promotion.
Make It Happen: How to Get Ahead and be Happy at Work
by A&C Black ISBN: 0747572372
Copyright Bloomsbury Publishing Plc © 2005 (288 pages)
A one-stop shop for anyone wanting to improve their life at work, this book is the ultimate guide to making the best of your talents and building the career you want.
Global Business Etiquette: A Guide to International Communication and Customs
Featuring dozens of colorful examples and useful tips, this book presents a practical approach to interpreting signals and symbols around the world, overcoming stereotypes, and mastering the nuances of international communication.
Gurus on Leadership
by Mark A. Thomas
Thorogood © 2006 (180 pages)
Including many quotes, checklists and questionnaires, this book is designed to provide an executive overview of past and current leadership thinking, and seeks to distill the work of some of the world’s major thought leaders.
Capitalizing on Career Chaos: Bringing Creativity and Purpose to Your Work and Life
by Helen Harkness
Copyright Davies-Black Publishing © 2005 (184 pages)
Regardless of the cause, chaos in organizations can create fear and uncertainty in even the most savvy and confident employee. This practical book delivers tools and strategies to become a trailblazing pioneer in this age of unprecedented change.
Employer Tips for Success
9 times out of 10, a job is won or lost in the first 2 minutes of an interview. Be organized, prepared and dress for your interview. Do your homework on the organization you are seeking a job with. Most importantly, never makeup an answer. If you don’t know the answer say…I may not know, but I know how to do the research and find out.
John R. O’Brien
Van Vleck ISD
Superintendent of Schools
Dates & Events
Primerica Meeting - 11/25/2014
Coffee With A Cop - 11/27/2014
The Giving Tree & Tree Trimming Event - 12/1/2014
Basic Accounting for the Non-Accountant - 12/3/2014
Coffee With A Cop - 12/4/2014
UHV / American Book Review Reading Series - 12/4/2014
Saturday Book Break - 12/6/2014