Business & Economics

Brilliant Career Coach

Author: Sophie Rowan

Publisher: Financial Times/Prentice Hall

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 239

View: 987

Your 'coach in a book'! World-renowned personal coach Sophie Rowan helps you find your ideal job and career--one practical step at a time. * *Integrates all four pillars of career fulfillment: you, your plan, the marketplace, and the future. *Offers proven techniques for conquering fear of failure and change. *Helps you identify your dream job, get it, and make the most of it once you have it. *Includes a Career Progress Plan to measure your success, stay on track, and stay motivated. This book brings together thousands of dollars worth of world-class career coaching: all the inspiration you need, plus a practical personal roadmap you'll actually use! World-class career coach Sophie Rowan guides you step-by-step through identifying your dream job and career... helping you go out and get it, even in a tough economy... and helping you make the most of it once you've got it. Brilliant Career Coach integrates all four pillars of career success: you, your plan, the marketplace, and the future. In ten step-by-step chapters--each with a career message, 'how-to' habits, and real case studies--Rowan presents a complete career plan that's proven to work. Along the way, you'll learn how to conquer fear of failure and change... master powerful new motives-driven goalsetting techniques... learn the science of solution-focused problem-solving... and much more. Rowan also provides a complete Career Progress Plan to help you measure your success, stay on track, and stay motivated!
Business & Economics

Brilliant Career Coach

Author: Sophie Rowan

Publisher: Pearson UK

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

View: 651

For anyone who wants to have a more fulfilling and successful work life, this coach-in-a-book will guide you step-by-step through the process of finding your ideal career. Whether you are looking for your next opportunity, stuck in a rut, or even wanting a complete change of career, this book will help you have a happy, successful career. It is packed with smart advice; clever exercises; insights from world-class careers experts; and stories from people, like you, who’ve already taken the journey. BRILLIANT OUTCOMES Understand what makes you happy at work and how to identify your ideal job Create a plan to ensure your future success and satisfaction Know every technique to land the job of your dreams Use smart ways to get ahead and stay ahead at work Know that your future work will be fulfilling and rewarding.
Career changes

How to Get a Job You Love 2017-2018 Edition

Author: John Lees

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Europe, Middle East and Africa

ISBN:

Category: Career changes

Page: 296

View: 312

The nation''s much loved careers guide book is back! How To Get A Job You Love is a blueprint for anyone looking for work or planning a career change. Whether you''re looking for your first job, a graduate or an experienced professional, this book will guide you through the process accompanied by a series of exercises to help you decide what kind of role suits you. New Features in the 2017-18 edition include: * The changing nature of jobs and careers - including the ever-growing ''hidden'' job market * A wealth of practical tips to help you understand the kind of work that would suit you best - and how to find it * Everyone''s obsessed with finding their dream job - how realistic should your expectations be? * Are you currently feeling over-worked in an organisation where there''s little scope for progression and everyone''s experiencing job fragility? * Developing career ''agility'' - reinvent yourself as the market demands "When I read John''s writing, two things happen. First, I feel as if he''s standing right there, personally advising me. And second, I always come away thinking over the issue in a new way. It''s a rare, but very useful, gift." Sarah Green, Associate Editor, Harvard Business Review "This book is an excellent guide to enable students and professionals to understand themselves and apply this knowledge to create fulfilling and impactful careers in today''s global employment market. The exercises within are a great combination of pragmatic and reflective and we have utilised these to support our MBA students, from a diverse range of international and professional backgrounds, to define the milestones and actions they need to achieve careers success." Yasmina Mallam-Hassam, Careers Consultant Team Manager, Imperial College Business School "A positive, practical and readable guide, packed with creative tools and common sense advice from an author who understands careers from all angles. This book will support and encourage you throughout your working life, from making your initial career decision to helping with long term career management. It will challenge your preconceptions of yourself and of the world of work, and help you to a more fulfilling career." Julia Yates, Programme Leader, MSc Career Coaching, University of East London "This updated edition of my favourite career book reveals the results of important new research which emphasises the increasing importance of word of mouth referrals as a primary job hunting tool. John Lees'' approach works, because he gives readers simple, practical steps to help flip their mindsets into the more daring, exploratory and confident mode needed for career transition success." Stuart Lindenfield, Head of Transitions Practice, Reed Consulting "An absolute cracker of a book that will quite literally change your life as well as your career. I am always excited to try out the new ideas, concepts and intelligence presented in this essential career book every time it is revised, and am always inspired. Wherever you are on your own career path, just buy this book - and have John by your side as you navigate your way to a place you didn''t think was possible." Kathryn Jackson, New Zealand Executive Career Coach and author of How to Keep Your Cool if You Lose Your Job "I love the way that this book evolves; and it''s important that John has set this edition in the context of the changing nature of organisations and careers. Most of us will no longer be in a job for life. Many will find their values and life goals change, and so we need to review and consider what''s best for us right now. Inside this book are many helpful activities to get you thinking and moving to a more satisfying option." Denise Taylor, Career Psychologist with Amazing People and Author of Find Work at 50+ "I frequently recommend job seekers or those at a career crossroads to read How to Get a Job You Love as it offers practical and easily accessible advice from someone with vast experience in the area." Joëlle Warren, Managing Director, Warren Partners Ltd "John Lees'' latest revision of his seminal book both brings it firmly up to date and reinforces its now established special position as a place of reference and unusual insight". Stephen Bampfylde, Chairman, Saxton Bampfylde "Thank you John, for producing yet another ''How to Get a Job You Love'' masterpiece. This latest edition combines John''s extensive wisdom of the complex world of careers, with heaps of practical and accessible advice on enhancing your career prospects. A ''must-read'' for anyone who wants to maximise their job satisfaction and explore the next step in their career." Sophie Rowan, bestselling author of ''Brilliant Career Coach - How to Find and Follow your Dream Career'' and ''Happy at Work - Ten Steps to Ultimate Job Satisfaction'' "This is THE definitive careers book which I recommend to listeners on my podcast and to my coaching clients. John Lees provides clear, accessible and engaging career guidance which will help readers no matter what stage they are in their job seeking journey. Life is too short to spend your time doing a job you don''t enjoy. This book gives you the practical step-by-step skills, exercises and strategies you will need to get the job you''ll love." James Curran, Career coach and podcast host at www.graduatejobpodcast.com "Watch out - this book could turn your life upside down." Liz Hall, Editor, Coaching At Work "For years, John Lees has been the smartest voice in career coaching. His insight and advice are a must-read for anyone entering today''s competitive job market." Rebecca Alexander, Dossier Editor, Psychologies Magazine "I love John''s really practical "How to guides" - over the years I have recommended them to clients, family and friends, as they are full of ideas on how to unlock the potential opportunities you have when seeking a job or career change. Life is too short not to love your job and this wonderfully practical book will help you secure the perfect job for you. It is filled with a number of creative tools and techniques that are fun to work through and will provide you with new insights and ideas that will encourage you to think in a whole new way." Brigit Egan, Director, Oakridge Training and Consulting "John is a regular speaker at AMBA events. His real world approach and engaging style of career coaching made him the obvious choice to launch AMBA''s webinar series. Alongside the various editions of How To Get A Job You Love and his other titles, business schools repeatedly welcome John to dispense highly practical advice to MBA students and alumni. In my own coaching practice John''s techniques are enthusiastically actioned by clients as they design (and achieve) their next role either as an in-house promotion or elsewhere." Steve Gorton, Enabling Development;, Trustee Director - Association of MBAs (2008 - 2015) "I''ve had the pleasure of working with John over several years where he has been a regular speaker at I Am events, on the theme of finding a job you love. John''s talks never fail to inspire; the advice he gives is always very well received, insightful and most importantly, of a practical nature. From both my own personal perspective and that of our delegates, I can''t recommend How to Get a Job You Love enough!" Debbie Hockham, Director, I Am Enterprises "This practical guide is a well-thumbed book in our school Careers Library. John Lees'' advice and guidance is as useful to young people as it is to adults." James Brittain, Head of Careers and Higher Education, Millfield School "The popularity of John Lees'' writing lies in his ability to connect with the sense many people have that they can be more than they currently are and deserve greater job satisfaction than they currently have. What makes his work distinctive is his use of his wide experience in careers coaching to provide tools and ways of thinking that any motivated individual can easily use to take control of their working life." Carole Pemberton, Career and Executive Coach and author of Coaching to Solutions "John Lees'' advice on careers is always useful and interesting and often surprising and even fascinating. From getting ahead to changing your career completely, this book is great guide to navigating the treacherous waters of the modern workplace." Rhymer Rigby, writer of the FT''s Careerist column and author of 28 Business Thinkers Who Changed The World and The Careerist "I know first hand the joy that being in the right career can bring and I commend John Lees for his books and seminars which help other people do just that." Rosemary Conley CBE "John Lees is the Career Professional''s professional; the doyen of careers experts. His books and advice have helped countless numbers of people to enjoy better, more fulfilling careers." Dr. Harry Freedman, Career and Business Strategist, Hanover Executive
Psychology

Creative Career Coaching

Author: Liane Hambly

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 228

View: 945

Creative Career Coaching: Theory into Practice is an innovative book for career development students and professionals aiming to creatively progress their coaching practice. Without losing sight of fundamental coaching values and practices, it encourages career development professionals to adapt their practice by harnessing imagination, intuition and critical reflection to engage clients. Hambly and Bomford consider the usefulness of creativity alongside traditional coaching models to reach "harder to help" groups. They consider a whole-brain approach to creativity, emphasising the need for coaches to adapt their client-facing skills for individual cases. They work through how clients make career decisions, how to use labour market information to motivate clients, how to frame a creative coaching session using techniques such as metaphor, visualisation and role play, how to use practical tools and techniques to resolve a client’s individual needs, and how to deliver on digital platforms. Combining the latest neuroscientific research with activities, summaries and case studies, this book provides a practical, skills-based approach to coaching. Creative Career Coaching: Theory into Practice is the first book to summarise the Creative Career Coaching Model. It will be an indispensable resource for students of career development, career coaching, coaching psychology and advice and guidance courses. It will also be of interest to career coaches in practice seeking to enhance their skills.
Career development

Career Coach 2011

Author: Corinne Mills

Publisher: Trotman, Limited

ISBN:

Category: Career development

Page: 288

View: 693

Bored with your job? Frustrated at work? Need a big career change but don't know what? Perhaps you've watched as colleagues have fast-tracked their careers while you've been left behind. Or maybe you've got friends and work mates who've reinvented their career and wish you could do the same. If you're feeling dissatisfied or stuck with your current career or job, then this book is radically going to change your prospects! How? You need your own one-to-one consultation with an inspiring careers coach – and that's what you'll find inside. By giving you the tools to match your experience and skills to the exciting new career you dream of - and a plan of how to get it – you'll be able to make your career aspirations a reality. Career Coach 2012 shows you how to take back control over your career. Using the latest career management techniques you'll develop your own personal step-by-step action plan to make your job and career aspirations a reality, whatever they may be. This practical workbook takes you through a full career analysis exactly like a real career coach would; follow the week-by-week programme and complete the insightful quizzes and questionnaires to help you pinpoint your personal strengths and skills. Then work out how to match your experience and potential to a fulfilling and successful career – and how to achieve it. Written by the UK's leading career management expert, Corinne Mills, you can be sure you're getting the best advice from someone who knows the UK job market inside out – unlike other books available which are written by American authors for job hunters in the US. Motivating and inspiring, Career Coach 2012 shows you how to make smart decisions about your future career so you can really turn your dreams into a reality. Don't be afraid to take the leap – reinvent your career and make it happen!
Psychology

The Career Coaching Toolkit

Author: Julia Yates

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 240

View: 696

The Career Coaching Toolkit is a practical guide to 34 effective and relevant career coaching techniques to help practitioners encourage, stretch and clarify their clients’ thinking. Structured around ten of the most common career dilemmas clients bring to their coaches, this book provides clear advice to coaches about when to apply the right technique to address all of these problems. With a dual focus on theory and practice, each chapter explores the links between the coaching technique and the scientific research on which it is based. The book explains how and why the technique works, giving the reader a real appreciation of the underlying mechanisms which make these techniques effective. Written specifically for career coaching, this deepened understanding will enhance confidence when working with clients. A practical tool-kit for practitioners and students alike, The Career Coaching Toolkit will add depth to the practice of anyone working with clients facing a career crossroads, or conducting research into occupational identities and career decision making.
Business & Economics

The Career Coaching Handbook

Author: Julia Yates

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 212

View: 561

Uniquely combining the latest research into careers with the most up to date coaching approaches, Julia Yates shows how to effectively apply coaching techniques to the world of career support. Demonstrating how coaching research explains practice and how practice benefits from research, The Career Coaching Handbook is accessibly written with a solid evidence-based foundation. Presented in three parts, the book covers developments in theory and research and applies this knowledge to the real world. Part 1, Theories of Career, looks at 21st century career paths, job satisfaction and career changes – both planned and unplanned. Part 2, Career Coaching Approaches, looks at coaching strategies that are applicable to career coaching in particular. Part 3, Coaching into the World of Work, covers specific real-world situations where coaching is beneficial, from job search strategies to CV and interview coaching. Evidence and research is used throughout to demonstrate the most effective strategies for coaching. The Career Coaching Handbook provides an essential introduction for students or practitioners who are interested in developing their own practice, finding new and improved ways to do things and understanding the theories that underpin effective career coaching practice.
Business & Economics

EBOOK: Knockout Interview

Author: John Lees

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page:

View: 772

Why do you want to leave your current role? Where have you had to work under pressure? If our roles were reversed, what questions would you ask? Tough questions like these can unnerve even the most confident jobseeker, proving that it’s not always the best candidate who gets the job, it’s the best interviewee. Whether a first-time jobseeker, career-changer, or returning after a break, Knockout Interview is your indispensable toolkit. Now thoroughly revised and updated to reflect today’s demanding job market, featuring: • 125 of the most common interview questions • A ‘fast-track’ preparation option if your interview is TOMORROW! • More sample answers to challenging questions • New insights into what goes wrong in an interview and why "This book is a fantastic way to develop your interview capability, giving yourself the best shot of getting the job you want". Kevin Green, Chief Executive, Recruitment and Employment Confederation "When I read John's writing, two things happen. First, I feel as if he's standing right there, personally advising me. And second, I always come away thinking over the issue in a new way. It's a rare, but very useful, gift." Sarah Green, Associate Editor, Harvard Business Review "Knock your interviewer out with this insider’s guide to landing the job you love! You have in your hands the wisdom of years of interviewing! Through 125 questions, John Lees takes you behind the scenes of the interview process from start to finish from the candidate, interviewer and organisation perspective. This guide offers you unique insights, practical tips, techniques and downloadable worksheets. So, the next time you walk into the ‘ring’ be sure you are prepared…with Knockout Interview.” Ajaz Hussein, International Career Counsellor "A brilliant book which I wholeheartedly recommend to my coaching clients. John takes you step by step through every question you could face in an interview, from the deceptively simple, to some of the toughest. Not only will you learn how to answer them with ease, but also the reasons behind why they are being asked, allowing you to perform at your best and get the job. A must read for any job seeker." James Curran, Career coach and podcast host at www.graduatejobpodcast.com "The old adage attributed to Benjamin Franklin of 'By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail' is never more apt than when applied to interviews. The top career strategist and author John Lees has followed up on his excellent series of books with another winner here. If you are anxious about an upcoming interview or want to improve your performance in the future, reading Knockout Interview will be an ideal solution. The 125 questions in the book cover almost any eventuality but are presented in a format that is much more than just a list. Each question is followed by excellent guidance on how to decode the question and structure your answer. Knockout Interview is as comprehensive a resource on succeeding at interviews as any on the market." David Levinson, Careers Manager, University of Glasgow, UK "John gives consistently good, pragmatic advice and provides suggestions to help people make the most of themselves and the opportunities they get. Easy to read, relevant and straightforward, the book offers so much more than standard self help books - it provides practical steps to get readers started and give them confidence to take ownership of their careers. A great resource to ensure a head start in a competitive market." Denise Nesbitt, Senior Change Delivery Manager, Talent & Development, Lloyds Banking Group "This book is a great source of information and advice for anyone approaching a job interview. By helping you to understand your own strengths in the context of your future employer’s requirements, John Lees' suggestions will make sure you prepare effectively for any style of interview. A wealth of strategies to cover the questions that many candidates dread will help you to avoid the pitfalls and demonstrate why you are the right candidate, setting you on the path to the next stage in your career." Gary Argent, Director of the Career and Skills Development Centre, City University London, UK "Once again, John shows how to be at your very best in front of a prospective employer. This latest edition covers every aspect of interview preparation and is a must read for anyone in job search. As ever, his advice is eminently practical and accessible, delivered in a caring and supportive voice that will resonate with all readers and encourage them to embrace every job search opportunity." Sophie Rowan, Coaching Psychologist at Pinpoint, author of Brilliant Career Coach PRAISE FOR KNOCKOUT CV "A comprehensive and practical guide to building a relevant, evidence-based CV which will win the recruiter's attention. Looks afresh at the role of your CV, the pitfalls to avoid and shares invaluable recruiter insights." Liz Mason, Associate Director, Alumni Career Services, London Business School "You write a CV for a purpose – to get a job. Knockout CV works backwards from the desired result, analysing each feature of the CV from the perspective of impact on the decision-maker. No frills, no diversions, simply full of practical help." Shirley Anderson, HR Director, Talent and Reward, Pilkington Group Limited PRAISE FOR HOW TO GET A JOB YOU LOVE "This book is a treasure. Read it, devour it, use it, and find that job you once dreamed about but had almost given up on." Richard Nelson Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute? "I frequently recommend job seekers or those at a career crossroads to read How to Get a Job You Love as it offers practical and easily accessible advice from someone with vast experience in the area." Joëlle Warren, Managing Director, Warren Partners Ltd "A positive, practical and readable guide, packed with creative tools and common sense advice from an author who understands careers from all angles. This book will support and encourage you throughout your working life, from making your initial career decision to helping with long term career management. It will challenge your preconceptions of yourself and of the world of work, and help you to a more fulfilling career." Julia Yates, Programme Leader, MSc Career Coaching, University of East London, UK "The popularity of John Lees' writing lies in his ability to connect with the sense many people have that they can be more than they currently are and deserve greater job satisfaction than they currently have. What makes his work distinctive is his use of his wide experience in careers coaching to provide tools and ways of thinking that any motivated individual can easily use to take control of their working life." Carole Pemberton, Career and Executive Coach and author of Coaching to Solutions "I know first hand the joy that being in the right career can bring and I commend John Lees for his books and seminars which help other people do just that." Rosemary Conley CBE "Watch out – this book could turn your life upside down." Liz Hall, Editor, Coaching At Work
Business & Economics

The Ultimate Career Coach

Author: Ken Langdon

Publisher: Infinite Ideas

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 512

View: 203

The ultimate career coach is the goddess's guide to getting to the top and staying there. Packed with advice to help readers achieve career success and ensure a financially stable future, The ultimate career coach will prove an indispensable tool for identifying areas where improvements can be made, and will empower readers to effect the changes that will enable them to be successful, secure and happy. The 149 brilliant ideas contained within The ultimate career coach covers everything the modern woman needs to know about work and money including how to cultivate a cool career, ways to balance work and home life, managing stress levels, getting ahead at work, managing and maximising personal finances and becoming a true success. Practical, wide-ranging and inspiring, The ultimate career coach is the perfect companion to the bestselling Goddess: Be the woman you want to be, and the forthcoming Glow: The Goddess guide to a healthy life. Simply brilliant.
Executive coaching

The Secrets of Successful Coaches

Author: Karen Williams

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Executive coaching

Page: 128

View: 894

Every year, thousands of people train to be a life, business or executive coach but struggle to make a living. Although attracted to the profession, they are forced to give up as they cannot find enough clients to pay the bills. Even great coaches can not create the business they crave without the skills to run it successfully. The Secrets of Successful Coaches is essential reading if you are struggling with setting up and marketing your business, attracting and converting fee-paying clients, raising the profile of your business and communicating the benefits of your service, getting motivated and increasing your self-belief and making enough money to run a successful business.You will find 10 easy-to-follow steps to develop a successful business, learning from 11 top performance coaches who share some of the mistakes they have made and learnt from. You’ll also benefit from the proven techniques they have developed to make their business a success and get outstanding results. Find out how to save time and money, learn the skills to run a successful business, develop a winning business mindset and turn your passion into profit.The Secrets of Successful Coaches is for new coaches who are in the first 12 months of running their business, and those who want to improve their business success. Karen is inspired by a large number of authors including Dawn Breslin, Hannah McNamara, Michael Neill and Gladeana McMahon, who were interviewed for this book. She also takes inspiration from Anthony Robbins, Brian Tracy and Stephen Covey.
Business & Economics

The Art of Finding the Job You Love

Author: Cara Heilmann

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 101

View: 690

He wants to do something new, maybe a little bit righteous. She sees herself leading a nonprofit or creating a medical device that saves lives in the remotest parts of the world. However, the search process has changed radically from the last time they looked for a job. Like many job seekers, they’ve done a lot and can do a lot. But, recruiters can’t see past old job titles to recognize how a candidate can contribute to the work force in new ways. And worse, the candidate feels tongue-tied for the first time in their career. In The Art of Finding the Job You Love, Cara Heilmann, CEO of Ready Reset Go®, offers a fresh, safe, and unconventional way to help job seekers speak their talents and passion to make a difference through their work. She connects the worlds of comedy and recruiting with a look behind the curtain to share what hiring managers are really looking for and reveals why the more successful people are, the more they wing interview prep—and how that can work against them. Readers learn how to: Get clear on the targeted job to make everything easier Create (at least) five riveting career stories that must be in every job seeker’s toolbox Understand how to connect with chemistry during the interview process—even for the most introverted introvert Make a lasting positive impression that sticks well after the interview The Art of Finding the Job You Love helps job seekers craft compelling career stories and communicate them in a way that leaves hiring managers wanting more and job seekers with the opportunity to make a difference in the world through a career they love!
Biography & Autobiography

The Master

Author: Christopher Clarey

Publisher: Twelve

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

View: 366

A major biography of the greatest men's tennis player of the modern era. There have been other biographies of Roger Federer, but never one with this kind of access to the man himself, his support team, and the most prominent figures in the game, including such rivals as Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Roddick. In The Master, New York Times correspondent Christopher Clarey sits down with Federer and those closest to him to tell the story of the greatest player in men's tennis. Roger Federer has often made it look astonishingly easy through the decades: carving backhands, gliding to forehands, leaping for overheads and, in his most gravity-defying act, remaining high on a pedestal in a world of sports rightfully flooded with cynicism. But his path from temperamental, bleach-blond teenager with dubious style sense to one of the greatest, most self-possessed and elegant of competitors has been a long-running act of will, not destiny. He not only had a great gift. He had grit. Christopher Clarey, one of the top international sportswriters working today, has covered Federer since the beginning of his professional career. He was in Paris on the Suzanne Lenglen Court for Federer's first Grand Slam match and has interviewed him exclusively more than any other journalist since his rise to prominence. Here, Clarey focuses on the pivotal people, places, and moments in Federer's long and rich career: reporting from South Africa, South America, the Middle East, four Grand Slam tournaments, and Federer's native Switzerland. It has been a journey like no other player's, rife with victories and a few crushing defeats, one that has redefined enduring excellence and made Federer a sentimental favorite worldwide. The Master tells the story of Federer's life and career on both an intimate and grand scale, in a way no one else could possibly do.

Succeeding Without Burning Our Wings

Author: Annie Martinez

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 72

View: 389

Exactly when does the company's rising star become its undertow? Have your own hours logged in the office devolved from being inspired to being a bit disheartening? Are your team members on board with your projects? Every entrepreneurial, ambitious corporate soldier is vulnerable to corporate burnout, the insidious mindset that could significantly compromise a brilliant career. And you may already be exhibiting early signs of this lethal downturn in attitude. Now professional career coach Annie Martinez has created a quick and indispensable guide to help you identify the early warning signs of corporate burnout before it upends your hard-won professional status. Succeeding Without Burning Our Wings: A few minutes to understand burnout will help you move from the trap of blaming, complaining, and misjudging to embracing a crucial positive and productive outlook. Concise and eye-opening, this actionable resource will guide you through different stages of burnout to detect it in yourself and in team members. By instructing you how to create a space of mindfulness and mutual trust, this results-driven professional tool can help ensure you realize success in your company and in your career.
Business & Economics

Guide to a Successful Career Transition

Author: Alex Aberle

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 106

View: 809

If you are stressed, burnt out, looking for a career change and trying to define your career path, you can benefit from this guide. In this self-paced guide, Alex Aberle, a Certified Professional and Executive Coach, uses her proven career coaching model of self-discovery to help you find ways to attain a fulfilling career. By using real-life stories of her coaching clients, she connects all the pieces of the puzzle to guide you from the state of frustration to getting a meaningful job. The readers can choose their own career paths, utilizing the tools, tips, and hands-on exercises. If you are intrinsically motivated and open to self-discovery, what are you waiting for? You will find chapters dedicated to gaining clarity and facing your fears, defining your values and ideal work environment, developing an achievement-based resume, LinkedIn profile, searching for your dream job, and preparing for an interview.
Business & Economics

EBOOK: How To Get A Job You Love 2021-2022 Edition

Author: John Lees

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

View: 127

How To Get A Job You Love is a blueprint for anyone looking for work or planning a career change. Whether you’re looking for your first job, a graduate or an experienced professional, this book will guide you through the process. Practical exercises help you spot the work that will suit you best – and how to find it. New Features in the 2021–2022 edition include: • Latest material on managing your social media presence and impact • New insight into creating a better career ‘deal’ • Extra advice on networking and reaching out using information interviews • Effective job search strategies as more and more jobs are not advertised • Latest advice on what will shorten (or extend) your job search • How to tell your career story at interviews • New and revised exercises including ‘should I work for myself?’
Juvenile Nonfiction

Brilliant Life Coach 2e

Author: Annie Lionnet

Publisher: Pearson UK

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 192

View: 530

When it comes to life, how many of us actually have a clear sense of direction? You wouldn’t set out on a journey without some idea of where you wanted to go and yet so many of us don’t even have a goal in mind, let alone feel confident enough to make it happen. Brilliant Life Coach is set to change this. In ten simple, inspirational steps it guides you through the process of identifying what you really want and where you want to go, right through to reaching your end goal and staying where you want to be. BRILLIANT OUTCOMES · Be the best you can be · Feel optimistic and in control of your life - every day ·Work towards the life you really want to live 'This inspiring book is a joy of practicality as the ever insightful Annie Lionnet empowers us to take the driving seat of life, decide where we truly want to go rather than where others may lead, and do it.' Dr Brenda Davies, author of The RainbowJourney, Journey of the Soul, Unlocking the Heart Chakra and more.
Business & Economics

Get Ahead in Your New Job: How to make an impact in the first 100 days

Author: John Lees

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 176

View: 490

Get Ahead in Your New Job: How to make an impact in the first 100 days is a must-have practical guide to help you establish yourself quickly and effectively in a new role, whatever your level in an organisation. In the first 100 days of a new job you have a unique opportunity to shape your work reputation and re-position your career. Your ability to read performance expectations, management culture and how quickly you need to climb the learning curve makes a difference to your career future. Drawing on his work as one of the UK’s best-known career strategists, John Lees shows you how to hit the ground running and avoid classic mistakes. • Negotiate your new role like a pro, gaining clarity about job content and employer expectations. • Identify the key mistakes new starters make in reputation management and performance. • Understand how your initial impact shapes your long-term career prospects. • Learn how to manage key relationships with decision makers. • Anticipate career traps and learn how to avoid or manage them. • Learn how to ‘map’ your new organisation to identify key resources, trends and people. • Develop strategies for building on your first 100 days as part of your long-term career planning. By the end of this book, you will be better equipped to make an impact in your new job, build key relationships and add significantly to your CV.
Business & Economics

EBOOK: How to Get a Job You Love 2019-2020 Edition

Author: John Lees

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

View: 620

How To Get A Job You Love is a blueprint for anyone looking for work or planning a career change. Whether you’re looking for your first job, a graduate or an experienced professional, this book will guide you through the process. Practical exercises help you spot the work that will suit you best – and how to find it. New Features in the 2019–2020 edition include: • Latest material on managing your social media presence and impact • New insight into creating a better career ‘deal’ • Extra advice on networking and reaching out using information interviews • Effective job search strategies as more and more jobs are not advertised • Latest advice on what will shorten (or extend) your job search • How to tell your career story at interviews • New and revised exercises including ‘should I work for myself?’
Business & Economics

Brand Yourself

Author: David Andrusia

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 247

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A guide to self-marketing and promotion in the modern workplace urges readers to establish and promote a unique identity on the job by first identifying their strengths and then broadcasting their "Personal Branding Statement" to the world. Original.