Career Turbulence: Ancient Lessons for Survival in the Modern Workplace Robert C. Lerner

ISBN: 9781554891719

Published: May 1st 2014

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Career Turbulence: Ancient Lessons for Survival in the Modern Workplace  by  Robert C. Lerner

Career Turbulence: Ancient Lessons for Survival in the Modern Workplace by Robert C. Lerner
May 1st 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: 9781554891719 | 10.71 Mb

The loss of a job can result in the complete destruction of your personal wealth. In unsettled economic times, remaining employed is even more critical because a lost job may be impossible to replace. In such periods, a different set of rules needsMoreThe loss of a job can result in the complete destruction of your personal wealth. In unsettled economic times, remaining employed is even more critical because a lost job may be impossible to replace. In such periods, a different set of rules needs to be followed-rules far more Darwinian than in normal times.

Author Robert Lerner examines the decisions and actions of an ancient Roman businessman named Titus Pomponius Atticus, who lived in the cut-throat world of Julius Caesar, Mark Antony, Marcus Brutus, and Cicero. Atticus was a sophisticated financier who did business with these giants of history, witnessed their rise and fall, and endured the years of civil war they engendered.

Atticus was a survivor who knew how to manoeuvre through the political traps and intrigues of this dangerous world. From Atticus ancient decisions and actions, Lerner has developed 20 lessons that can be applied to situations found in todays workplace. The goal of this book is to help readers better prepare for periods of career turbulence and survive in the modern jungle we call the marketplace.



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