Being the boss is tough work. Whether you oversee a small company or a large, publicly-held corporation, you have to learn quickly how to master a wide range of skills, from strategic thinking to communication to crisis management. Keeping so many plates spinning simultaneously can be invigorating and financially rewarding, but it can also lead to stress, breakdown and sudden career change. There are many books that deliver management theory, but Navigating Corporate Life tells you how one CEO did it. Using straightforward language and examples, Stan Tyo shares his corporate life story, allowing you to make up your own mind about how to best navigate yours. He even provides case-study-style challenges at the end of each chapter, to fire up your leadership potential and move you in the right direction under your own power.