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WAREHAM'S BASIC BUSINESS TYPES  Sorting Winners from Losers, and Managing  People for Profit by  John Wareham - First Edition - 1987 - from Ravenswood Books and

WAREHAM'S BASIC BUSINESS TYPES Sorting Winners from Losers, and Managing People for Profit

by Wareham, John

Condition: Good in Good dust jacket

Atheneum. Good in Good dust jacket. 1987. First Edition. Hardcover. 0689117566 . Atheneum 1987, first edition. Book itself is actually in very good condition, however there is a large amount of yellow highlighting within the book. Pages are otherwise clean . First blank endpage has been clipped at top, I assume to remove personal info. Jacket has been lined and laminated front and back making it very sturdy. Whoever did this trimmed the jacket edge in a wavy pattern so the lining can be seen top and bottom, and then laminated over top of this. Overall wear is fairly light. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 260 pages; "Wareham ( Secrets of a Corporate Headhunter ) believes that by better understanding various "business personalities" executive recruiters will be less likely to make errors in hiring. Here he identifies 20 common business personality types and describes their backgrounds, emotional traits, and management styles. His writing style is succinct and often humorous and the book is packed with valuable insights based on years of experience and research." [475] .


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