How To Be A Star At Workby Robert E. Kelley
After a 10-year investigation into star performers at companies ranging from Bell Labs to Hewlett-Packard, Robert E. Kelley explains that being a star has little to do with your intelligence, creativity, sociability, or ambition. What distinguishes stars are the strategies they use to do their own work and to work effectively with others -- strategies that allow them to double their productivity while working less.
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Robert E. Kelley. Ph.D., teaches at Carnegie Mellon University and spent ten years "in the trenches" researching the personal and professional characteristics of star performers.
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