Item description for Hitting Your Stride: Your Work -- Your Way (Capital Career & Personal Development) by Nan S. Russell...
Hitting Your Stride advocates learning how to use your uniqueness at work - the best of who you are - to be rewarded with interesting work, personal growth, and financial gains. Nan shares her 10 "Winning at Working" Lessons - common sense, but uncommon practices, ways to help you reengage your talent, create your own luck, differentiate your work performance, and make a difference at work. Nan's stop-wishing, start-creating approach offers savvy insights to help you get ahead, enjoy working, and achieve financial rewards. Her motto: "Opportunity is anywhere and everywhere. While wishing and hoping makes you a dreamer, acting and doing makes you someone who can create your own luck and turn your dreams into reality." Using a story-telling approach, mixed with commentary, analysis, and reflective exercises, Nan identifies mistakes, struggles, disappointments, failures, and successes in the workplace. Hitting Your Stride is an inspiring business-and-life book, with an individualized approach to bringing the best of who you are to work from someone who has been an employee, a manager, and a senior executive. It reinforces the message that whether or not you climb the corporate ladder, winning at working is individual. Hitting Your Stride will help you find your way there, along your own path and with your own style.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.25" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.68 lbs.
Release Date Jan 9, 2008
Publisher Capital Books
ISBN 193310256X ISBN13 9781933102566
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More About Nan S. Russell
Nan S. Russell is the author of The Titleless Leader and Hitting Your Stride. Her practical insights and workplace wisdom are grounded in real-world experience, including a career that took her from a minimum-wage employee to vice president of a multibillion-dollar company. Today, she's a national speaker, consultant, and a blogger for PsychologyToday.com on the topic of "Trust: The New Workplace Currency." Her Winning at Working column can be found in more than 90 publications. Nan has a BA from Stanford University and an MA from the University of Michigan. She lives with her husband in northwestern Montana.
Reviews - What do customers think about Hitting Your Stride: Your Work -- Your Way (Capital Career & Personal Development)?
worth owning Sep 12, 2008
No-nonsense career advice, dispensed with anecdotes from the author's own life to make for friendly reading. Unlike preachy self-help books that end up sitting unread on the shelf, this book invites repeat visits and is set up so that you can dip into chapters in whichever order appeals to you.
Getting back on track! Aug 31, 2008
I enjoyed reading this book! This is exactly what I needed to help me get back on track.
This is definitely not a typical career book. Nan Russell is unique in the way she shares her experience, while offering her insights and tips. She is a very good writer and communicator.
Check out her website and podcasts as well!
Inspiration Jun 16, 2008
Inspiring and motivating. I purchased it as a gift but just had to read it first...well written and the author lives nearby.
How to Have A Career Not Just A Job Feb 1, 2008
This book is not just pie in the sky theory and philosophy. It is full of ideas and simple practices to create your own successful career path and be happy at the same time. Ms. Russell shares inspiring quotes, real-world experiences and entertaining stories that make this book an easy read.
Down to earth, insightful advice for anyone in the corporate world today Jan 30, 2008
A great read. Finally, an honestly written commentary on the corporate world and sage advice for anyone looking to make a difference. This book asks the tough questions. The advice is insightful and relevant.