Managing Yourself


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Managing Yourself
1010204 Managing Yourself1010204If you've ever actually paid attention to the airline safety video shown before each flight (and—just an aside—you should), then you've heard that if oxygen masks drop from the compartment above you should secure your mask first and then help others with theirs. After all, if you help a toddler first you may run out of oxygen before you can help yourself—and the toddler won't be able to return the favor.It's like that in management, too. Although your job is mostly about them, it also needs to be at least some about you…
Citation
Bob Rosner; Allan Halcrow: Boss's Survival Guide: Workplace 911 for the Toughest Problems Today's Managers Face, Second Edition. Managing Yourself, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export