Suits And Ladders

Suits And Ladders

by Suzen Fromstein

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BN ID: 2940045285575
Publisher: Suzen Fromstein
Publication date: 09/15/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Suzen Fromstein APR made her debut as a published author with SUITS AND LADDERS: Ten Proven Ways to Keep Your Job Safe (with a few jokes thrown in). Suits and Ladders was an Amazon Best Selling Book (Career and Career Guides) on date of issue, and consolidates the combined wisdom of 102 real people with real jobs. Following their advice gives employees (regardless of industry or sector) a better chance of survival, or at least, gives them a fighting chance at survival. Her second book, "WANT TO INFORM, INFLUENCE AND ENTERTAIN LIKE A PRO? Simply Recognize The Seven Deadly Sins of Public Speaking And Then Avoid Them" summarizes Suzen's experience on both sides of the podium. It also contains a bonus section on how to add humor to everything co-authored with stand-up comic Mike Nemiroff. Suzen and Mike collaborated again on her most recent third book, "THE GRIN REAPER - A Humorous Look at Death & Dying (with a few jokes thrown in). Suzen developed an interest in death the first time one of her jokes killed in a Toastmasters Humorous Speech Contest. Thoughts of death continued to flow freely as she pursued work in the corporate world where she specializes in the deathly-difficult task of turning corporate monologue into engaging consumer dialogue. Suzen continues to kill as a published author, a marketing content creator, freelance writer and speechwriter. Suzen is also currently co-authoring "A CONVENIENT RUSE" a murder mystery, with her colleague Tim Stoate.

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Jane_V_Blanchard More than 1 year ago
Suits And Ladders by Suzen Fromstein is down-to-earth advice gleamed from 102 corporate workers.  Having worked in the corporate field over thirty years, this advice seemed very basic and simplistic until I realized that Ms. Fromstein's targeted audience is those starting out or in transition. For them, this advice is invaluable and on-target. Ms. Fromstein's humor and casual writing style makes it easy to focus on what is important. Case studies help the reader understand the concepts and takeaways at the end of each chapter summarize the chapter's significant points. This is a great book for learning the ins and outs of corporate culture. It would make a great gift for those entering the corporate world or having difficulty adjusting to it.