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Dział: Zdrowie i rozwój osobisty » Samopomoc i rozwój osobisty
If Not Now, WhenAutor: Barrett J.
Wydawca: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
Rok wydania 2010
Na stanie: 1 egz.
The world of work is changing dramatically. Jobs for life have long been a thing of the past and even as people move up the corporate ladder, they are questioning their choices and keen to consider new possibilities such as work/life balance and portfolio working. Those of us keen to change career often don't know where to start so it remains a pipe dream rather than a reality we can work towards. In this action-oriented and pragmatic book, expert career coaches Jane Barrett and Camilla Arnold address the common barriers to career change that they frequently encounter in their work, and give readers a proven roadmap to achieve their new job goals. If Not Now, When? includes first-hand experiences of successful career change but also quizzes, exercises and self-assessment tools to help readers make the best choice for them. "This is really important work - both as an HR professional and as a client - I see that. Having passion around your work and getting what you want out of work / life balance is vital." Sara Graham, HR Manager, Microsoft Corporation "This book will be of huge benefit to people wanting to chart a new direction or take greater control of their career outcomes. The authors have outlined practical steps for identifying options and developing action plans, and it is fantastic to find such comprehensive advice in one volume." Susan Gatell, Associate Director, Careers, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge "This is a must-have book for your bookshelf. Camilla and Jane are experts in their field and have drawn on their experience to write a practical, straightforward guide whether you are trying to work out your perfect job, going through the job search process or wanting to develop your career." Cathy Holley, Partner, Boyden Search Ltd. "This is the go-to book for an informative, comprehensive and logical approach to career management and job hunting. Its style is extremely accessible, with practical advice clearly illustrated by real-life examples to which one can readily relate. Whether or not you're currently undergoing a career transition, I highly recommend reading this book since it offers thought-provoking ideas and inspiration from two experts in the field." Elizabeth Bird, Former MBA Recruitment Manager at Shell