Step Up

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    Perhaps you aspire to hold the top job? Or is it that you want to start your own business but struggle to make your voice heard in a sector dominated by men? Maybe the problem is that you are trudging slowly up the career ladder and want to learn how to ascend more quickly? And how do you actually do it all, without compromising your female values or abandoning your family? And where do you find the time? Step Up is the ultimate career self-help book for women. It blends kick-up-the-bum advice with 10-minute a day career workouts to help you build career success fast. Perhaps it's networking? Or, maybe it's learning how to utilise the influence of others? Read, rehearse and watch your career take off!

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    Number of Pages: 320
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781785040528
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    Listed in: Self-help & personal development, Advice on careers & achieving success
    Publisher: Ebury Press

    Books by Phanella Mayall Fine

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    RRP: £12.99

    Sale Price: £10.25

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