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Work smarts

Betty Liu

Work smarts

what CEOs say you need to know to get ahead

by Betty Liu

  • 91 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Success in business,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Success,
  • Career development

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementBetty Liu
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5386 .L737 2014
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 193 pages
    Number of Pages193
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27154214M
    ISBN 101118744675
    ISBN 109781118744673
    LC Control Number2013039129
    OCLC/WorldCa852823601

    Jan 30,  · Book smarts enjoy the structure of the learning environment. Study this, take this test, get this right answer, move onto the next exam. They believe value lies in knowing things and reading things. This brief guide was written to provide additional information for professionals using Work Smarts. Work Smarts helps individuals identify their most-developed forms of intelligence based on Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. This knowledge can then be used to make more-informed career choices.

    Oct 26,  · What's more valuable: street smarts or book smarts? The ladies of "The Real" share their views, in this Girl Chat. Combining the trademark, hands-on approach of one of today’s most respected financial journalists with the wisdom of the world’s most successful business leaders, Work Smarts is a gold mine of real-world insight and advice on how to get ahead in business and forge a career that maximizes all your best talents and skills.

    Being book smart means you might realise that a disaster is about to happen. You might also understand what exactly you should do to protect yourself and your loved ones. Whereas, street smarts gives you the tools and mental capacity to work out solutions in a more natural way when faced with disaster. By , automation, globalisation and flexibility will change what we do in every job. To prepare young people for this future we must urgently shift our understanding of what it will mean to be smart in the New Work Order. Analysing 20 billion hours of work completed by 12 million Australians each year, this report reveals the most important skills we will need to be work smart in the future.


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Jan 01,  · I like Betty Liu but the book unfortunately is practically unreadable. I was upset. The book caused me to reevaluate my admiration of her. She was first a journalist - which seems a bit surprising now.

Shocking that this is a Wiley published book. The book was a scramble of business related advice and anecdotes. I tried to muddle through it/5. “The Smarty Train in a book: authoritative, accelerated and amusing” “Be better in work forever” What are The Smarts.

Whether you’re starting your first job, moving to a new one, or just trying to break out of the same-old, there are ways of working that can give you a big advantage. We call them hacks. Apr 12, Work smarts book Praise for Work Smarts "In this superb book, one of the very smartest and respected financial anchors in the world shares valuable insights on /5(24).

Smart Work is such a well written and helpful book for those who want to streamline their day to day operations. I love the clear model that Dermot works through and which shapes the structure of the book. Since reading the book I have been able to understand my need to develop the mindset and systems to become more outcome oriented/5(13).

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Book smarts refer to the education, schooling and other kinds of knowledge that one has travelingartsfiesta.com solely is a theoretical understanding of facts or ideas. Whereas, street smarts refers to the experiential knowledge on things. While which one is more helpful can be a matter of debate and also depends on the context, it is generally seen that street smarts weigh more on the scale when it comes.

Almost all of them were the same: Great story, great girl but poorly written book. I actually loved the way the book was written while at the same time I can see why it got those reviews. It's not really written as a page turner/cliff hanger type book, but I don't think that was the purpose of the book/5.

Jul 14,  · Test Your Book Smarts. JULY 15, A quiz last Sunday with an article about what it is like to work at the Strand Book Store misspelled, in some editions, the surname of the author of “A.

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Apr 23,  · Street Smarts, Book Smarts, Or Both. By Ashley Fern. You need to go out on your own and see what works and does not work for you. When people discuss street smarts and. Most importantly, she identifies a breed of leaders she refers to as “perpetual rookies.” Despite years of experience, they retain their rookie smarts, thinking and operating with the mindsets and practices of these high-performing rookies.

Chapter 5 The Art of Negotiation For the most part, we’re negotiating throughout our whole lives. At work, we’re negotiating for better jobs and assignments; ­outside of work, we’re negotiating - Selection from Work Smarts: What CEOs Say You Need To Know to Get Ahead [Book].

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I hope you enjoyed the book and wish you all the best in implementing the system. Dec 28,  · “Work smarter, not harder.” The phrase touches on an individual's emotional and intellectual desire to “have it all,” but doesn’t really tell anyone how to go about working smart, not hard.

Apr 05,  · Responses to “Book smarts vs. Street smarts”. Taeyang Jr. August 25, at am. Permalink. Just to set an example in regardings to the topic, when the economy comes down to a threat where individuals will be drafted to war, street smarts will doubt less and think of strategies in order to survive through the battlefield,while on the other hand book smarts are hesitating about.

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However, the term is usually used to contrast and compare with another term known as "street smart".The stereotype of a book smart person is someone who is upper-class and well educated but less knowledgeable when it comes to handling important situations faced in bad neighborhoods and lower.