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Published here December 2012.

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All too often, introverts get passed over for job offers and promotions while their more extrovert colleagues get all of the recognition. But it does not have to be that way. In this book, the author helps introverts tap into their inner strengths, voice their accomplishments, and launch an action plan for gaining career advancement. In other words:

  • Promote yourself without bragging, whether while networking, at job interviews, or simply at home and at work.
  • Use your "quiet" gifts to your own advantage, such as writing, researching and listening.
  • Develop a commanding presentation style, despite your naturally reticent nature, and
  • Formulate personal plans for setting goals, taking action and, when the opportunity presents itself, find better and more satisfying employment.

R. Max Wideman
Fellow, PMI

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