Suddenly in Charge by Roberta Chinsky Matuson
Managing Up, Managing Down, Succeeding All Around

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Truly two books in one, Suddenly in Charge teaches readers how to manage down and establish credibility; it also demonstrates the success strategies necessary for managing up. The keys to reputation and career upkeep can be found in both sections, and readers will find it easy to flip back and forth in order to gain tailored advice.

About Roberta Chinsky Matuson

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Roberta Chinsky Matuson found herself thrown into management at age 24. By her own wits-and through trial and error-she succeeded and became an internationally recognized career expert and consultant, often quoted in the media.
Published January 16, 2011 by Nicholas Brealey America. 240 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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While keeping a beady eye on the share price and the P&L, we focus on the issues that most challenge and inspire Britain's bosses and managers - all in clear, confident jargon-free prose.The site is centred around four key content areas: business news analysis (News +), management tips and techni...

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