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“Having more than 35 years of higher education experience with 20-plus of those years in administrative roles, this is the first book I have found that addresses as clearly and succinctly the ‘how to’ and ‘why’ of office politics. The author shares his understanding of politics in a helpful, user-friendly manner; one that is mindful of the reader and engages her in a no-nonsense, meaningful way. If you sincerely want to enhance your ‘comfort’ when involved with others, especially in your work setting, The Office Politics Handbook is a must-read.”—Bernice Bass de Martinez, PhD, California State University, Sacramento.“While many will read this book with the goal of career advancement, the principles in The Office Politics Handbook apply to countless other social situations. I read this book for professional development, [but] I quickly realized that Godwin’s advice was extremely helpful in all relationships, from dealing with managers and co-workers to dealing with my spouse and family members.”—Amanda Benson, Criminal defence attorney.

Product Details

Title: The Office Politics Handbook
Author: Jack Godwin
Publisher: Rupa Publications
ISBN: 9788129145499
SKU: BK0338151
EAN: 9788129145499
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Jack Godwin, PhD, is a political scientist whose influence spans the political spectrum. Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta called Clintonomics, his previous book, "a must read," an assessment seconded by conservative publisher Christopher Ruddy. Godwin began his career as a Peace Corps volunteer in Gabon, West Africa. He has a doctorate from the University of Hawaii and degrees from San Francisco State University and the University of California-Berkeley. He is a four-time Fulbright scholar and a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy. In The Office Politics Handbook, he draws from his personal experience in business and government and his repertoire of anecdotes and archetypes from history, literature, and film to entertain and educate readers about interpersonal relationships, politics, and leadership. He lives in Sacramento, California.

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