Developed by Dr. Joe Pace and incorporating the same material he has used to guide thousands of students and to train hundreds of instructors across North America, The Professional Development Series is designed to teach the personal skills that lead to college, job, and career success.
The result? Confident, motivated students who have the goals and skills to succeed in your program and in their chosen careers.
Book One is an orientation to the world of work. In it students consider the occupations that are most likely to have job openings in the coming years, how to prepare themselves to fill these openings, and what the workplace environment is like in the 21st-century. Professional business protocol, professional presence, and a customer-first attitude are also explored and discussed.
Each of the four books of the Series can stand-alone or be purchased in a discounted package with the other texts.
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Dr. Joe Pace is the managing partner of the Education Initiative for The Pacific Institute in Hollywood, Florida. A psychologist and former school owner, he has worked with career schools since 1969 and has been with The Pacific Institute for 14 years. Joe is a former commissioner of ACICS (Accrediting Council Of Independent Colleges And Schools) and board member of CCA (Career College Association). He uses his background in teaching, psychology, and proprietary schools to deliver research-based information about performance, achievement and student retention. Over the past 14 years, more than a half million career school students and over 24,000 school employees have participated in the Institute’s cognitive psychology program. Joe is the creator of the Success Strategies For Effective Colleges and Schools program which has been implemented in over 200 institutions across North America. He is also the author of a new McGraw-Hill Professional Development textbook series. Dr. Pace is considered one of the most popular speakers in the country on psychology, education and retention.
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