In the current economic climate, you might think that any boss's idea of success would be little more than short-term survival Fortunately, most of them have wider aspirations. Work is important, but so are personal goals. Inspiring loyalty in customers is vital, but winning a squash game or getting home on time for once can be just as rewarding. Today's managers are reassuringly balanced in their outlook. Corporate success is important, but to limit achievement to just one area is a mistake. And, as the following pages reveal, meeting even the most insignificant-seeming goal can be a huge personal triumph.
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