by Robert E. Kelly

Times Books - 1999
ISBN: 0812931696
Nonfiction / Self-Help

Reviewed by: Pam Stone, MyShelf.Com
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Robert E. Kelly, spent ten years researching the personal and professional characteristics of star performers.

If you want to do more than just succeed at work, this is the book for you! It's full of vitally information on how to reach beyond your skills at work. About ten to fifteen percent of all people will out perform their peers by a wide margin and rise above to the star ranks. How to be a Star at Work tells us how to be our own star and to be able to outshine everyone else, no matter who you are. This book has nine strategies to getting ahead, but don't think you can muddle through with a few pointers; you need to read the entire book to be able to realize how everything works and fits together. It's worth the time and effort! Remember stars are made not born.

I found this to be a helpful, informative, simply read. It's very well written and the fact that the author spent so much time 'in the trenches' is apparent, he knows what he is talking about. I recommend it.

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