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Dust cover may be missing and book shows signs of wear but all pages and cover are intact. Pages may include some notes and highlighting. Eligible for FREE Super Saving Shipping and Amazon Prime Shipping. Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we 5/5(4). Who’s got the ‘monkey’? Do you see pitfalls in this scenario? The moment you take responsibility for the next move in order to resolve your subordinate’s problem, you start working for your subordinate. The ’next move’ is a ‘monkey’ that you’ve allowed to leap from his back onto yours. `Get ready to read a book that will strengthen every one of your closest relationships. If you haven't read `Who's Got Your Back,` you're at a competitive disadvantage` --Tom Rath, author of the bestseller `StrengthsFinder ` ``Who's Got Your Back` is more than a 'self-help' book. It's the first 'let others help' book/5(K). Whose and Who's. It is important to distinguish between these two. The grammar checker on MS Word is not good at spotting problems with these two and sometimes advises the incorrect option. "Who's" is the contracted form of "who is" or "who has". Remember that contracted words should not be used in formal essays.
WHO'S GOT THE MONKEY? An analogy that underscores the value of assigning, delegating and controlling. by William Oncken, and Donald L. Wass In any organization, the manager's bosses, peers and subordinates, in return for their active support, impose some requirements, just as the manager imposes some requirements upon them when they are. The opener, “Boss, we’ve got a problem,” implies this duality and represents, as noted earlier, a monkey astride two backs, which is a very bad way to start a monkey on its career. Which sentence is incorrect: “Who’s going to the party tonight?”, “Who’s books do these belong to?”, “Whose clothes are there?”, or “Can you tell me who's got my jacket?” 1. ‘Who’s going to the party tonight?’ correct. 2. ‘Who’s books do these bel. QUICK SUMMARY: Who’s Got Your Back outlines the importance of relationships in business and gives the reader an outline for developing one’s own “board of advisors” and fostering lifeline relationships.. KEY INSIGHTS: Developing friendships at work make employees seven times more likely to be engaged in their jobs and employee satisfaction increases by 50 percent.
“Got home tonight and the books had arrived. Absolutely love them. My girlfriend loves your illustrations.” - Andrew Jeffery: 'Wolfboy Book' “Sarah is professional, friendly and very knowledgeable, she delivered % with a new logo that . The book quickly took shape and with nice vibrant colours and cute characters, and so “Who’s Got Dirty Feet” was born! Character Design: Illustrations: The Book is in the process of being printed, so I will post up some images of the final piece as . Bill Oncken, Jr. hits both the absurdities and realities of organizational life in America with such accuracy that it hurts. Now what hundreds of thousands of managers have learned in "Managing Management Time" seminars is being made available for every manager in America to read in the quiet of his or her office.4/5(5). Fully Illustrated. Good. No Dust Jacket. A Book for Children Paperback: soft cover edition in good or better condition, some slight wear to edges, as normal for age of book. Excellent read. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand. Or would make a great gift for the fan / reader in your life. Minor Cover Creases. Clean and Unmarked Text.