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Career Assessment : Qualitative Approaches. by McMahon, Mary.; Watson, Mark.;
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Get Career Fit : Healthcheck Your Career and Leap into Your Future. by Gibbings, Michelle.;
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Successful Career Management - A Guide for Organisations, Leaders and Individuals. by McAdam, Stuart.;
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Advance : The Ultimate How-To Guide for Your Career. by Burnison, Gary.;
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The Relevance of Humanities to the 21st Century Workplace. by Edmondson, Michael.;
Intro -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: The Explanation Disconnect -- Chapter 2: The Comprehension Disconnect -- Chapter 3: The Translation Disconnect -- Chapter 4: The Perception Disconnect -- Chapter 5: The Vocation Disconnect -- Chapter 6: The Cultivation Disconnect -- Conclusion -- Recent Humanities Publications -- About the Author -- Index -- Adpage.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Make It Work [electronic resource] : Navigate Your Career without Leaving Your Organization. by Frodsham, Joe.(SAGE)1576324; Gargiulo, Bill.(SAGE)1576323;
Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Introduction; About the Authors; Don't Leave Your Organization; Uncovering Career Myths and Truths; Part 1: Your Career Foundation Four Steps for Starting on the Inside; Step 1: Identify Your Passions; Step 2: Discover Your Core; Step 3: Find Your Career Fit; Step 4: Declare Your Career; Part 2: Your Career Navigation Six Practices for Taking the Inside Out; Practice 1: Shape Your Role; Practice 2: Be the Players; Practice 3: Get Equipped; Practice 4: Know the Road Rules; Practice 5: Network; Practice 6: Check InEpilogue: Your CommencementIndexMake It Work exposes 16 pervasive myths that create roadblocks and limit career opportunities. It offers real-life career stories and the practices and principles that can help anyone create a rich and fulfilling work experience without leaving one organization for another. With exercises, a powerful new model and a self-assessment indicator, Make It Work presents a process for identifying our passions, discovering our core, finding a career fit, declaring our choices and taking control of our career and life happiness.
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An Intelligent Career : Taking Ownership of Your Work and Your Life. by Arthur, Michael B.; Khapova, Svetlana N.; Richardson, Julia(DLC)1986921;
Cover -- An Intelligent Career -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Introduction -- Part I Taking Stock -- 1. What Does an Intelligent Career Involve? -- 2. Where Do Intelligent Careers Happen? -- 3. Why Do You Work? -- 4. How Do You Work? -- 5. With Whom Do You Work? -- 6. When Do You Change? -- Part II Taking Action -- 7. Making Sense -- 8. Embracing Technology -- 9. Investing in Communities -- 10. Working with Employers -- 11. Sharing Your Story -- 12. Building Your World -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- credits -- Index.An Intelligent Career is a playbook for the modern knowledge worker, with clear guidance and support on taking charge of your own destiny, seeking continuous learning, collaborating with others, recognizing and acting on fresh opportunities, determining when it is time to move on, and much more.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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The Challenge to Be and Not to Do : How to Manage Your Career and Maximize Your Potential. by Foster, Carrie.;
Cover -- The Challenge to Be and Not to Do: How to Manage Your Career and Maximize Your Potential -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgment -- Introduction -- CHAPTER 1: Putting People First -- CHAPTER 2: 2 + 2 = 4 -- CHAPTER 3: A Name, Not a Number -- CHAPTER 4: Why You Matter -- CHAPTER 5: Being Rather than Doing -- CHAPTER 6: Being Rather than Doing Will Make You Happy -- CHAPTER 7: Do the Important Stuff First -- CHAPTER 8: What You Are and What You Are Not -- CHAPTER 9: Challenge, Question, Be Curious -- CHAPTER 10: Make Yourself Heard -- CHAPTER 11: Dream Big -- CHAPTER 12: Don't Be Afraid -- CHAPTER 13: Choose the Right Attitude and You Will Find the Aptitude -- CHAPTER 14: If at First You Don't Succeed -- CHAPTER 15: Surfing the Edge of Chaos -- References -- Index -- Ad Page -- Back Cover.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Never Apply for a Job Again! [electronic resource] : Break the Rules, Cut the Line, Beat the Rest by Gurney, Darrell W.(SAGE)2083846; Misner, Ivan.;
""Title Page ""; ""Dedication""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Contents""; ""Foreword""; ""Preface""; ""PART 1: RETHINKING AND RULE-BREAKING""; ""Chapter 1: Rules to Start Breaking""; ""Chapter 2: Why Applying for a Job Is Dumb""; ""Chapter 3: The 4M Method of Career Management""; ""PART 2:""; ""Principle # 1: The Best Way to Get a Job Is: Don�t Be Looking for One""; ""Principle # 2: An Ounce of Research Is Worth a Pound of Job Search""; ""Principle #3: A Question-Able Person Creates Enthusiastic Relationships""""Principle #4: You Can Never Have too Much Information, and the Higher the Altitude, the Better""""Principle #5: A Friend in Need Doth Repulsion Breed""; ""Principle #6: Call Me Expert, I�ll Open My Door""; ""Principle #7: Eyes-to-Eyes Gets You the Prize""; ""Principle #8: Building Relation-ship Equity...One Meeting at a Time""; ""Principle # 9: Top-of-Mind Is Easy to Find""; ""Principle # 10: Treat Yourself Like a Business to Stay in Business""; ""Conclusion""; ""Appendix A: The Stealth Method in Action""; ""Appendix B: Career Transformation Affi rmations""; ""Index""""About the Author""
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It's Who You Know : How a Network of 12 Key People Can Fast-Track Your Success. by Garner, Janine.;
Intro -- IT'S WHO YOU KNOW -- Contents -- About the author -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword by Lisa Messenger -- Assess your network online -- Introduction -- Part I Why -- 1 Shift your mindset -- #Connecting or #disconnecting? -- The 'work' in network -- 1. Overwhelmed -- 2. Overcomplicated -- 3. Overstretched -- 4. Over it! -- Why bother? -- One is a lonely number -- Rework your network -- Take back control -- 2 Rethink how you network now -- Taking stock -- Stage 1: Ineffective -- Stage 2: Effective -- Stage 3: Exponential -- From transaction to transformation -- Think narrow, go deep -- 3 Transform to a collective network -- The eye of the storm -- People power -- Value is a two-way street -- It's not a competition -- Ingredients of a powerful network -- 1. Your personal board of advisers -- 2. Your personal intelligence bank -- 3. Your personal marketing machine -- Focus drives momentum -- Part II WHO -- 4 Sort through your current network -- Back to basics -- Step 1: Identify -- Step 2: Assess -- 1. What is the gender make-up of your network? -- 2. What similarities exist in your network? -- 3. Where is everyone located? -- Are you open or closed? -- Balance is the answer -- Inwards, outwards and upwards -- 5 Search for your Core Four -- Your Core Four - the starting point of your network -- 1. Promoter -- 2. Pit Crew -- 3. Teacher -- 4. Butt-kicker -- What did you discover? -- How to find your Core Four -- 6 Seek out your 12 key people and personalities -- Meet your 12 key people -- Promoters -- Pit Crew -- Teachers -- Butt-kickers -- Where are you now? -- 7 Sink the 12 Shadow Archetypes -- Success is not selfish -- Who is working against you? -- Burners -- Underminers -- Judgers -- Fighters -- Work your network -- Part III HOW -- 8 Choose who, what and why -- Own yourself and your goals -- Own what you're doing and why.But … I'm an introvert -- Embrace who you are -- Get out of your own way -- Fear less -- 9 Connect in the right way -- An ever-evolving process -- Closer than you think -- 1. Reach out -- 2. Hang out -- 3. Link in -- Respect everyone's time -- Set an example -- 10 Cultivate connections and exchange value -- 1. First impressions count -- 2. Confidence matters -- 3. Speak up to be heard -- 4. Listen to be present -- 5. Become an action taker -- 6. Exchange value -- 7. Identify yourself -- 8. Be memorable -- 9. Follow your energy -- 10. Keep your network alive -- Final words -- One last checklist -- Your strategic network checklist -- Part I: Why -- Part II: Who -- Part III: How -- Notes -- Index -- Let's connect -- EULA.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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