This text shows professionals how to steer clear of self-sabotaging career traps that can compromise success and how to build a solid framework for achieving a highly rewarding career. It provides proven strategies and valuable tips for sustaining lifelong job security by: being proactive; respecting the competition; accepting relocation offers; meeting work-related deadlines; paying careful attention to appearance; defusing hot buttons; and aligning life priorities with career moves.
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Don't Let a Wrong Move Derail Your Career. In today's competitive world, it doesn't take much to put even the most talented individual on the sidelines. If you're not prepared to recognize and overcome the obstacles you're sure to encounter, you run the risk of sabotaging your career. In one practical guide, best-selling career author Art Rosenberg helps to break down these barriers, by providing practical strategies and advice to keep your career on track. This easy-to-read self-help book provides: a detailed discussion of the 22 most common obstacles to a successful career; practical techniques and effective, up-to-date strategies for overcoming these 'career busters"; Dozens of reality checks to identify weaknesses before they become real problems; Hundreds of real-world examples and anecdotes from the successful careers of leading figures; A wealth of quotations on the subject, which capture the insight, wisdon, and humor of the world's great writers and thinkers; Boxed tips, highlighted "career savers," and easy-to-spot bulleted points that could mean the diference between career success and failure. Writeen in the same winning and direct style as the author's best-selling The Resume Handbook, this self-help guide is essential reading for anyone who wants to build or maintain a successful career.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX007053991X
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 007053991X
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