30 Days To Acing The Lower Level Isee

Author: Abbott
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781939090126
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Test Prep Works has developed a full series of books for the Lower Level ISEE, including: Success on the Lower Level ISEE: A Complete Course -- Students benefit from the comprehensive content instruction, test-taking strategies, and ...

Ensuring Minority Success In Corporate Management

Author: Donna E. Thompson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1468455176
Size: 51.27 MB
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Although women can be as capable as men, they do not take the right courses in
school or think seriously about a career. I see this slowly changing (white, female,
lower level manager). Women managers can't handle it when the going gets
tough. Women are too emotional (American Indian, male, lower level manager).
The majority of women managers I've worked under do one hell of a good job.
Some of them are too emotional and scare easily (Hispanic, female, craftsperson)
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Complete Personality Devlopment Course

Author: Surya Sinha
Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd
ISBN: 9351652831
Size: 74.57 MB
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The ability to establish a good dialogue helps in creating better work
relationships, achieving popularity and success. However, most people are afraid
of going on stage and addressing an audience. When these people joined my
personality development program, I found that most of them already possessed
the qualities to become fine orators. But, they were unable to express themselves
in front of an audience. After attending only a few classes of my training program,
the same ...

On Course Strategies For Creating Success In College And In Life

Author: Skip Downing
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1305397479
Size: 31.50 MB
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Describe the scene of your success as if it is happening to you now. For example,
if your desire is to graduate from a four-year university with a 4.0 average, you
might write, I am dressed in a long, blue robe, the tassel from my graduation cap
tickling my face. I look out over the thousands of people in the audience, and I
see my mother, a smile spreading across her face. I hear the announcer call my
name. I feel a rush of adrenaline, and chills tingle on my back as I take my first
step onto ...