Take Charge of Your Life

Podesta, Connie
July 2005
Personal Excellence Essentials;Jul2005, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p10
Looks into having a very strong and stable personal life. Reasons why people from upper management hire people who have stable personal lives; Willingness of most organizations to adjust to an employee's work schedule if there are circumstances beyond his or her control; Importance of separating problems from the work.


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