职场铁则—RULE 71 Act One Step Ahead行动第一

职场铁则—RULE 71 Act One Step Ahead行动第一
本节翻译:故园风雨后 So, we’ve got you dressing one step up and talking one step up; now you have to act one step up. I know, I know, it’s all too much, too hard, too difficult. Who said this was going to be easy? Not me, pal. I told you right from the word go that this was going to be hard—harder in fact than just doing the job like normal people. Being a Rules Player takes more effort, requires more attention to detail, and is generally more like hard work than...

职场铁则—RULE 70 Talk One Step Ahead言在行先

职场铁则—RULE 70 Talk One Step Ahead言在行先
本节翻译:故园风雨后 How does your boss talk? I assume it is her job you want. If it ain’t, whose job is it? Or have I been wasting my time here? Come on, whose job do you want? Let’s start with the boss. How does your boss talk? 注意过你老板的言谈吗?我假设你想取代他的工作,如果不是,那你想要什么,而我又何苦在这儿浪费时间?来吧,你想要取代谁?让我们从老板开始,你的老板平日是怎么说话的? (更多…)

职场铁则—RULE 69 Dress One Step Ahead着装第一

职场铁则—RULE 69 Dress One Step Ahead着装第一
本节翻译:故园风雨后 When I was an assistant manager, I dressed like one. When I wanted to be a manager, I studied what managers wore—and general managers. I opted to dress like a general manager and was duly promoted, thus missing out on the manager’s position in between assistant and general. There is a style for every job. You may choose the job you want. Now you can choose to dress like that job. Then you will get that job. It is that simple. Just so long as ...

职场铁则—RULE 68 Understand the Herd Mentality懂得小集体的精髓

职场铁则—RULE 68 Understand the Herd Mentality懂得小集体的精髓
本节翻译:Ajax.天翔   People like to form nice safe little groups—family, friends, work colleagues, town, country, nation, regiment—and will fight quite fiercely to protect these groups. If you threaten them—or, and this is important, are thought to threaten them—they won’t like it. So don’t. Understand that this herd mentality is important and that to blend in is important. (更多…)

职场铁则—RULE 67 Never Disapprove of Others永远不要表现你的不满

职场铁则—RULE 67 Never Disapprove of Others永远不要表现你的不满
本节翻译:Ajax.天翔   So, they’re all going to the wine bar again this lunchtime. You hate that. You hate the noise, the smell, the inane chatter about last night’s TV programs. 这个中午同事们又要去那个你不喜欢的餐厅吃午餐了。那里的噪音、味道、和那些整天唧唧歪歪昨晚电视剧的人。 (更多…)

职场铁则—RULE 66 Know the Rules About the Office Hierarchy 懂得办公室里的阶级规矩

职场铁则—RULE 66 Know the Rules About the Office Hierarchy 懂得办公室里的阶级规矩
本节翻译:Ajax.天翔   This Rule goes hand in hand with the previous one. You have to know who has the boss’s ear, and you have to know who runs the office. You might be quite senior, but you won’t get the key to the stationery cupboard no matter what, not unless you speak nicely to Mark first. And your morning coffee is going to be delivered cold if you upset the catering staff at all by wandering up to the break room and ordering your coffee without g...

职场铁则—RULE 64 Understand the Social Protocols了解社交潜规则

职场铁则—RULE 64 Understand the Social Protocols了解社交潜规则
本节翻译:Ajax.天翔 Within every company and place of work there will be social protocols. Know them and use them. They might be quite simple: 每一个公司或者工作的地方都会有些社交潜规则,去学习一下然后善用这些规则。可能这些规则非常简单比如: • You never take partners to the staff dinner. 绝对不要带伴侣去同事晚餐聚会。 (更多…)

职场铁则—RULE 63 Know Where to Hang Out, and When了解领导们聚会的时间与地点

职场铁则—RULE 63 Know Where to Hang Out, and When了解领导们聚会的时间与地点
本节翻译:Ajax.天翔 There are always key places where the high and mighty gather at formal and informal times. You need to check these places out and use them, as important places to garner information, make contacts, be seen, and make an impact. Outside work there will be a watering hole used by senior bosses. It might be the golf club 19th hole, the local bar, a certain restaurant, a club. Whatever, wherever. It is your duty to know where this is. Now don’t ...

职场铁则—RULE 62 Make Your Boss Look Good给足你老板面子

职场铁则—RULE 62 Make Your Boss Look Good给足你老板面子
Attention:本书招募志愿翻译者,联系QQ:”布锦锦” (bluesky8899@live.cn) 本节翻译:Ajax.天翔 If your boss looks good, your department looks good. And that reflects well on you. So this one should be obvious. But I’m amazed at how many people criticize the boss behind her back, or are always ready to pass the buck on to her. (更多…)