The Bitch at Work by Elizabeth Hilts

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Getting in touch with your Inner Bitch is important in that most challenging area for women-the workplace. This rowdy new guide is essential whether you're just starting out, climbing the ladder of success or opting out of the rat race to be an entrepreneur.

Learn how to handle everything your colleagues, customers, clients or employers can throw at you:

--The true definition of success, on your own terms.
--Does demanding excellence make you a bitch? I don't think so.
--If you're climbing the ladder, make sure it's leaning against the right wall.
--Conflict resolution isn't for sissies.
--What to do if you're clearly in the wrong.
--Is it true that if you're the boss, you're the bitch?
--Going solo-entrepreneur and bitch aren't synonymous.

Full of helpful tips, insights and strategies for all women in the workplace who want what they want, and aren't afraid to speak their minds.

About Elizabeth Hilts

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Elizabeth Hilts is a journalist, editor and writer. She lives with her husband, Neil (who knew all about her Inner Bitch when he married her), in Connecticut.
Published September 1, 2007 by Sourcebooks Hysteria. 192 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help, Humor & Entertainment, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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