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Working with the walking dead: Winning career strategies in a workplace zombie apocalypse

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by Rebecca Clare
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Working with the walking dead: Winning career strategies in a workplace zombie apocalypse by Rebecca Clare

Working With The Walking Dead draws on six seasons of gory entertainment from Rick Grimes and his group of veteran apocalypse survivors in TV's The Walking Dead, to give expert careers advice on how (and how not) to manage your team, present your ideas and advance your personal goals.

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Pages: 178
Size: 894 KB
Publisher: Infinite Ideas
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781910902097 (DRM-EPUB)

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