For many of us the thought of work brings to mind a daily nine-to-five grind reporting to disinterested supervisors and "working for the weekend." You probably enter the office feeling disenchanted counting down the minutes until 5 p.m. Whether this approach to work is due to feeling unrecognized for your work being a cog in a corporate machine or the influence of apathetic coworkers there is something you likely forgot along the way-you are the one in the driver's seat of your career.
Making the switch from a passive observer to being the driver isn't easy and there are no one-size-fits all means of achieving this. Low Man on the Totem Pole offers various groundbreaking strategies to get more out of your work-including viewing yourself as a business owner and your place of work as the client.
Whether you are a front-line employee or a manager Low Man on the Totem Pole offers something for anyone and everyone trying to find some meaning in their work. Using real world examples practical advice and unapologetic straight talk author and business consultant H.V. MacArthur lays out a clear and simple approach to personal success.
Born into a poor family in a small-town desert town H.V. MacArthur was surrounded by potential obstacles to achieving success. However through a winding path of working multiple part-time jobs quickly moving into management serving in the military and leadership roles in several Fortune 500 companies she eventually built a successful executive coaching consulting business. She now coaches people professionally from all walks of life and levels of success to help them identify and carve out their own career path.