Rebels at Work: A Handbook for Leading Change from Within
Struggling to make changes at work or convince management to take action? Ready to challenge conventional thinking or introduce a new idea, but worried about being viewed as a troublemaker or getting in way over your head?
Rebels At Work provides concrete ideas, techniques and advice on how to refine your thinking, improve your approach to work, and manage yourself so you can achieve more and stay sane and optimistic in the process.
Authors Lois Kelly and Carmen Medina — successful and occasionally wildly unsuccessful rebels themselves, Lois at marketing agencies, Carmen at the CIA — reveal ways to navigate corporate politics, frame and communicate ideas, deal with controversy, avoid common mistakes, and manage yourself so you know when and how to keep pushing and when to quit.