Make the Right Career Move

Make the Right Career Move

28 Critical Insights and Strategies to Land your Dream Job

Book - 2007
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Praise for Make The Right Career Move

"Make the Right Career Move is a wonderful guide for the new ageprofessional. This book will help you execute one of the mostimportant decisions in your life and includes practical tips thatyou will use for the rest of your career."
--Marshall Goldsmith, bestselling author of The Leader of theFuture and What Got You Here Won't Get You There

"This great new book will help thousands of businesspeople find notonly a new job, but a satisfying career. This book is filled withpractical tools and exercises that will help the reader identifywhat they really want from their career, write a winning resume,and, most important of all, position themselves for the job."
--Victoria Husted Medvec, Adeline Barry Davee Professor ofManagement and Organizations Kellogg School of Management,Northwestern University Executive Director of the Center forExecutive Women

"This is the book that all busy executives need--an indispensableguide to finding your ideal job and getting it--all in a short,action-oriented package. I highly recommend this book."
--Les Guliasi, Director, Governmental Relations, Pacific Gas &Electric Company

"I have been waiting for a comprehensive and relevant guide tocareers that I can recommend to my clients, candidates, andcolleagues. Make the Right Career Move provides an up-to-dateapproach to navigating careers in our ever-changing and challengingworkplace."
--Eunice Azzani, Senior Client Partner, Korn/FerryInternational

"In my many years working in the career field, here is the firstbook that guides attorneys and executives on making the right moveto their next job, career, or board position. It's action-oriented,quick-to-read, and it's not bogged down with theory. It providestested, practical tools to help readers get their dream job."
--Martha Fay Africa, Managing Director and cofounder, Major,Lindsey & Africa
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, c2007
ISBN: 9780470052365
Branch Call Number: 650.14 CAN
Characteristics: xiv, 242 p. ; 24 cm


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