The Office Politic

Bryant, Kendall
March 2006
Men's Health;Mar2006, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p92
The article presents suggestions to professionals who want to be successful leaders in work. Being prepared than others counts. Anger, frustration and fear are natural, but do not express them. Instead, act as if the setback was expected and you have been mulling solutions for weeks. Put off big decisions. Talk about the future.


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