January 2006
NAFE Magazine;Winter2006, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p5
This article offers a number of tips for climbing the corporate ladder. Book author Mark Stevens asserts that consensus-building is not for corporate leaders. He advises to reject conventional wisdom and to avoid being a team player. In addition, Stevens recommends to prove colleagues wrong by doing something that, they said, cannot be done.


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