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BA101 Group 9 Wednesday 3:30
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Main Topic – Optimal success comes from both technical and soft skills – Anecdotes provide effective examples of workplace errors and how to correct them Purpose – Reinforce the importance of well rounded abilities in a professional atmosphere – Targeted towards anyone who wants to advance his/her career
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Issue Issues/Themes – Knowing yourself and your individual brand – How to get along/function in the workplace – Leadership – Gender, generational, and cultural differences in the workplace
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Issues/Themes Author's Credentials – Began as a producer/director in Hollywood – Coached actors in creating a successful brand for themselves – Transitioned into the business world – Focused on helping professionals develop communication and social skills
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Book Analysis – Teaches the same values as BA101 – Tells how to effectively communicate and network with employers/recruiters – Reinforces the important “soft skills” that people often forget
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course BA 101 taught by Professor Thompson during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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