Really Inside Boss

Author: Petrus Cornelius Swanepoel
Publisher: Piet Swanepoel
ISBN: 0620382724
Size: 72.33 MB
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Your Boss Is Not Your Mother

Author: Debra Mandel
Publisher: Agate Publishing
ISBN: 157284633X
Size: 65.53 MB
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Your Boss is Not Your Mother is an essential new guide to uprooting and solving the underlying problems that cause office drama, with positive guidance for improving workplace relationships. Most people who are unhappy at work attribute it to their relationship with coworkers. By continually getting sucked into workplace drama, they’re usually replicating problems they had with parents, siblings, or others in childhood. Dr. Debra Mandel attacks these workplace problems at the roots. Using real-life stories and anecdotes, she demonstrates how to respond to people in the workplace with a clear head. This warm and insightful guide is full of interactive features—self-tests, exercises and checklists—designed to help you explore and assess your workplace interactions, let go of negative influences, and take charge of your work life.

The Boss Book

Author: Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780634044809
Size: 14.64 MB
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Book Why have guitarists bought over seven million Boss compact effects? Read this book and you'll understand! The Boss Book includes: the story in complete detail of every Boss compact effect ever made; super color photos, design history, trivia, tricks and secrets; candid interviews with the Boss founder and design engineers; essays on musical trends and famous players; and much more. As a bonus, the accompanying CD features 72 guitar sounds with control settings and detailed equipment set-ups so you can take your guitar playing to another dimension! "I've used Boss pedals since their inception ... For me, Boss has always stood for simplicity, reliability and great sounding, very high-quality effects." Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (Doobie Bros., Steely Dan)

Defining The Really Great Boss

Author: M. David Dealy
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275980375
Size: 40.40 MB
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Five essential characteristics of great bosses are elucidated, showing what sets these bosses apart from mere managers.

45 Things You Do That Drive Your Boss Crazy

Author: Anita Bruzzese
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780399533174
Size: 31.47 MB
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A veteran career columnist shares a volume of letters by outraged bosses to identify the employee activities that are most likely to incite managerial wrath, from e-mailing the wrong people to blogging about a job, in a reference that also provides tips on how to change undesirable behavior. Original. 30,000 first pirnting.

Being The Boss

Author: Linda Annette Hill
Publisher: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 142216389X
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Shows executives and managers how to be successful by managing their own time, understanding their place in the larger organization, and uniting their employees for a common purpose.

Boss Tweed

Author: Denis Tilden Lynch
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412816007
Size: 54.54 MB
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No political scandal in American history has had a greater impact on America's political consciousness than the rise and fall of the "Tweed Ring" in New York City between 1866 and 1871. In an age ripe with scandal both public and private, the spectacular corruption charged to "Boss" Tweed and his associates-estimates of their extortion range from $20 million to $200 million-became an enduring symbol of the dark side of democratic politics. The Tweed Ring contributed much more than cartoonist impressions; it helped to shape a powerful theory of political reform. It was in truth one of the formative events of progressivism, that multifaceted doctrine that has evolved into the modern American creed. In this sense, the Tweed Ring was to produce not only deep misgivings about the existing regime, but an insight into how it should be reformed. Denis Tilden Lynch's biography of "Boss" Tweed was first published in 1927, in a time filled, like Tweed's, with sudden prosperity, daunting problems, and spectacular scandals. It is a straight-forward, workmanlike study, untroubled by the conceits of modern historical scholarship, and close enough to its subject's generation to have some of the immediacy of journalism. Of all the books published about the Tweed affair, Lynch's study is the only one that is a genuine biography, in which the man himself is the focus. For this reason it conveys something of the texture of daily life in New York in the nineteenth century, while bringing Tweed out from behind the shadows of Thomas Nast's leering cartoons, and presenting him, as much as is possible, as a man and not an icon. An interesting example of Americana, this volume will be of interest to historians of the period as well as those interested in American urban and political life.

Boss

Author: Alan Dapre
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 9780435212865
Size: 39.27 MB
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This play is part of the High Impact series of plays designed to motivate reluctant readers. Each play has four to six parts and should help develop students' confidence, reading ability and enthusiasm for drama. In The Boss a new kid in town threatens Jeff's status as top dog.

Homer Boss

Author: Homer Boss
Publisher: Chazen Museum of Art
ISBN: 9780932900364
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In an adobe home in New Mexico, Homer Boss's (1882–1956) life’s work and and accomplishments were revealed to their niece, Susan S. Udell, after his and his wife’s death. A multitude of arresting paintings, scrapbooks, papers, and oral histories relating to his New Mexico years, as well as to his influential teaching days at the Independent School of Art and the Art Students League in New York City, flesh out Boss’s life and work. Distributed for the Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Mustang Boss 302

Author: Donald Farr
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760341419
Size: 11.63 MB
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Of the legendary names in the history of the Ford Mustang, one stands apart: Boss. Originally created to homologate the new Boss 302 engine for SCCA Trans-Am racing, the Boss 302 Mustang was built in limited numbers for the street. Designed by legend Larry Shinoda, the Boss cars were easily distinguished from their less potent stable mates by their unique front and rear spoilers, rear window slats, and the omission of the standard Mustang's (fake) rear fender brake ducts. Also standard was a shaker hood scoop and bold graphics. Though Mustang performance faded to all-time lows as the 1970s rolled on, there was good news on the way. The pairing of the venerable 302 Windsor engine with the new Fox-body platform for the 1979 Mustang might not have seemed significant at the time, but it was the first edition of what would become a performance institution in the late 20th century: the 5-liter Mustang was an overwhelming force on the streets and tracks through the end of its production in 1995. With no small amount of fanfare, Ford is paying homage to its performance past with the re-introduction of the 5.0 liter powerplant in the Mustang GT for 2011.