Modern Career Management: Career and job search secrets: orient yourself, stand out from the crowd, and get hired in today’s market
(as of Nov 06,2020 02:43:59 UTC – Details)
Modern Career Management provides proven strategies and fresh ideas for today’s career mover and job seeker. The book’s content came from research and interviews with Career Consultants, Recruiters, Senior HR Professionals, and Decision-Makers involved in the hiring process to help readers shorten their time to get hired in today’s competitive job market.
Career Coach Reviews
"Modern Career Management is the only reference book you need to steer your career in the right direction from entry level job seeker to seasoned professional…Highly recommended!"
~Monica Ciatti, Career Coach
"A helpful and supportive book for people needing a modern approach to career management…This is the only book I’ve seen that teaches how to introduce storytelling into the interview process. I think you will find it helpful in your pursuit to better manage your career."
~ Robert Palmer, PhD, The Palmer Coaching and Consulting Group
“After graduating from college… one of the most important life lessons not taught in school was how to successfully navigate the lifelong journey we call ‘a career’. Having now served in the Career Management industry for many years, I found this book to be… much more than a typical ‘How To’. The compelling, timely and relatable stories are insightful, relevant and highly engaging.”
Michael Chemel, C-Suite Career Transition Engineer
The average person will have 12 careers in a lifetime; this means you need to have a strategy and skills to successfully manage planned and unplanned career transitions. The simple steps and techniques shared in this book encourage the reader to change their perspective on how to approach their career and the job market. Learn how to prepare a winning resume that highlights the measurable results of your accomplishments, leverage networking to get connected to decision-makers and manage the interview so your story gets heard. Once you receive an offer, learn how to negotiate, not just a salary, but benefits that may not have been stated in the original offer. Then, build a personal on-boarding plan to make sure you get plugged into the organization quickly and become part of the company’s culture.