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Career Leap

Author : Michelle Gibbings
ISBN : 9780730352198
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 33.48 MB
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Adapt you career to the shifting paradigm of work, employment and success The word “career” doesn’t mean what it used to. People entering the workforce today will have an estimated 17 employers and five careers in their lifetimes — and already many existing roles are being automated away, with many more to follow. No profession, industry or geography is immune, and employees need to change their idea of what it means to be employed. The rise of freelancing and the gig economy means flexibility and independence, but also less security — with trends showing it is the way of the future. You cannot future-proof your job, but you can future-proof your career. Career Leap shows you what you need to know, how you need to change and how you can prepare for the inevitable tides of change. This book sheds light on the choices you make, and the steps you can take to reignite, reshape and liberate your career. You’ll develop the confidence you need to take decisive action, sharpen your skills and become the agile, adaptive professional we will all need to be. The 10-step Career Reinvention Cycle helps you assess the status quo and determine where you need to go, and then gives you a solid framework for making a move when the time is right. Future-proof your career with the new laws for success Undertake a health check of your career and make deliberate career choices Design, build, and execute your influence and career strategy Be equipped to take control and leap ahead with your career. No matter your role, it is imperative that you make every day in your career count. Make the critical decisions, take clear actions and, above all, stay ahead of the pack. Career Leap gives you the insight, confidence and knowledge you need to move up as you leap forward.
Category: Business & Economics

Take Charge Of Your Nursing Career

Author : Lois Marshall
ISBN : 9781930538856
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 57.26 MB
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Whether you are in the middle of your nursing career or just getting started, Take Charge of Your Nursing Career is a book for nurses at all stages. If you're considering a move to management, a higher degree, or entrepreneurship, this book provides practical information that takes you step-by-step along the path to success -- from cover.
Category: Business & Economics

Stepping Stone Your Way To Successful Career

Author : Jason K.L. Ting
ISBN : 9781482896725
Genre :
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Everyone takes stepping stone in their life, without realizing or formally documented. Based on Jason's experience as a successful management in a public listed company, the author documented the best approach using Stepping Stone technique, from his observations in the working place, and applying two unique industries as examples. This book is about encouraging new graduates or school leavers to work on something first, while waiting for the right moment to achieve your dream of working in your preferred company or industry, or even setting up a business of your own. Thus, it is about how to be there; to work for your dream company.
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Rules For Renegades How To Make More Money Rock Your Career And Revel In Your Individuality

Author : Christine Lynch
ISBN : 9780071594790
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 59.98 MB
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WANT A RICHER LIFE? BREAK ALL THE RULES Renegade entrepreneur-and runaway success story-Christine Comaford-Lynch has lived the kind of life most of us can only dream about. From model to monk to multimillionaire, she does what she wants-and gets things done. Now, in ten outrageous life lessons, she'll show you how to make your dreams come true. Your way. Your rules. Rules for Renegades distills what Christine has learned as she succeeded (and failed) in business, built strong relationships (and some disasters), and evolved spiritually and professionally. If you want to become financially independent, she'll show you how to do it. If you want to build your confidence and self-esteem, she'll give you a crash course. If you want a meaningful life full of rich connections, she'll share her secrets. Ultimately, she lets you in on the greatest secret of all-how to build a fulfilling life while rocking your career. She has also filled her book with lots of cool free stuff: links to a sample business plan outline, tutorials on sales and marketing techniques, and tools to help you enhance your own power. You'll learn the surprising truth behind her most offbeat rules. . . Everything's an Illusion, So Pick One That's Empowering. Rock Rejection and Finesse Failure. Learn to Love Networking. Work Your Money Mojo. Rules for Renegades is not just the story of a remarkable entrepreneur. It's an amazing approach to life that breaks the rules-and makes life work for you.
Category: Business & Economics

How To Coach

Author : Jo Owen
ISBN : 9780273794608
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 68.50 MB
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Great managers do more than manage their teams. They coach their teams to top performance. They help everyone get better at what they do, improving productivity, boosting motivation and sharing knowledge and expertise. How to Coach is the essential book for all managers and leaders. It shows you how you can raise both your own performance and that of your team through well-structured, effective coaching that delivers impressive results. In How to Coach: Coaching Yourself and Your Team to Success you’ll discover how to: Get the best from your team by making them feel valued, motivated and focussed on success Get the best from yourself by always playing to your strengths Solve the day-to-day problems that all managers face Develop successful coaching discussions for yourself and your team Avoid the typical traps of traditional coaching Deal with other people, politics and your peers
Category: Business & Economics

Get Career Fit

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ISBN : 0730382087
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File Size : 64.5 MB
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The world of work is rapidly changing, yet many are failing to ready themselves for a working environment that is demanding unprecedented levels of career reinvention, deliberate decision making and ongoing action. To thrive in this new working world, people need to be ready, willing and able to leap into the unknown. This book illuminates what these choices and turning points should be, with techniques and practices to enable the reader to have the confidence to change and the capability to make career leaps. You can't future proof your role, but you can future proof your career. Get ready to leap!
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The Rough Guide To Rock

Author : Peter Buckley
ISBN : 1843531054
Genre : Music
File Size : 66.58 MB
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Compiles career biographies of over 1,200 artists and rock music reviews written by fans covering every phase of rock from R&B through punk and rap.
Category: Music

Leap

Author : Tess Vigeland
ISBN : 9780804140768
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 86.68 MB
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Until recently, Tess Vigeland was a longtime host with Public Radio's Marketplace; it was a rewarding, high-status job, and Tess was very good at it—but she'd begun to feel restless. Without any definite, clear sense of what she wanted to do next (but an absolute certainty that what she'd been doing was no longer truly satisfying), she walked away from her dream job and into a vast unknown. Suddenly she was no longer “Marketplace’s Tess Vigeland,” she was just Tess Vigeland. For the multitude of Americans who change jobs mid-career (by choice or circumstance), the growing legions of freelance workers, and the entrepreneurially-minded who see self-employment as an increasingly more appealing and viable option, Tess Vigeland has created a personal and well-researched account of leaping without a net. With her signature humor, she writes honestly about the fear, uncertainty, and risk involved in leaving the traditional workforce—but also the excitement, resources, and possibilities that are on the other side. Part memoir and part field guide, this book offers a funny, thoughtful, and provocative look at how to find happiness, satisfaction, and success when pursuing a career less ordinary.
Category: Business & Economics

Charles Munch

Author : D. Kern Holoman
ISBN : 9780199912575
Genre : Music
File Size : 64.50 MB
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A mesmerizing figure in concert, Charles Munch was celebrated for his electrifying public performances. He was a pioneer in many arenas of classical music--establishing Berlioz in the canon, perfecting the orchestral work of Debussy and Ravel, and leading the world to Roussel, Honegger, and Dutilleux. A pivotal figure, his accomplishments put him on a par with Arturo Toscanini and Leonard Bernstein. In Charles Munch, D. Kern Holoman provides the first full biography of this giant of twentieth-century music, tracing his dramatic survival in occupied Paris, his triumphant arrival at the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and his later years, when he was a leading cultural figure in the United States, a man known and admired by Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, and Kennedy. He turned to conducting only in middle age, after two decades as a violinist and concertmaster, a background which gave him special insight into the relationship between conductor and orchestra. At the podium, his bond with his musicians unleashed something in them and in himself. "A certain magic took wing that amounts to the very essence of music in concert," the author writes, as if "public performance loosed the facets of character and artistry and poetry otherwise muffled by his timidity and simple disinclination to say much." In concert, Munch was arresting, even seductive, sweeping his baton in an enormous arch from above his head down to his knee. Yet as Holoman shows, he remained a lonely, even sad figure, a widower with no children, a man who fled admirers and avoided reporters. With groundbreaking research and sensitive, lyrical writing, Charles Munch penetrates the enigma to capture this elusive musical titan.
Category: Music

Michael Strahan

Author : Heidi Krumenauer
ISBN : 9781612283999
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 21.7 MB
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Born in the United States, Michael Strahan’s family moved to Germany when he was nine years old. After his junior year in high school, Michael’s father wanted him to play football with the hope that he would get a scholarship. So he sent him back to the United States to live with his uncle and go to school in Houston. Michael lasted one semester and returned to Germany to finish out high school. He was offered a scholarship from Texas Southern University, which he accepted. By his senior year he was setting records. In 1993, he was drafted by the New York Giants. With many record–breaking plays over his career, in 2008 he retired from playing football after a Super Bowl win against the New England Patriots. He still remains close to the field as an NFL commentator on FOX and is co–host on Live with Kelly and Michael. The father of four children, Michael’s love for kids sparked him to start the Michael Strahan Foundation. Learn about this popular man, who never takes anything for granted.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction