Extends beyond a typical resume/job search book to seamlessly emphasize the relationship between resume development, job search skills, and human relations. Developed with input from industry leaders, it addresses topics readers need to know when entering the workplace and fills the NBEA Professional Development Requirement. This up-to-date guide fills the NBEA Professional Development course requirement and includes topics such as:
Covers material on both resume/job search strategies and human relations—in one complete text!
This book is expressly written for workshop trainers to motivate individuals toward success in the workplace. It is also a perfect guide for unemployed or underemployed individuals looking to improve their skill set and become more employable.
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Professionalism: Skills for Workplace Success, 2e extends beyond a typical resume/job search text to seamlessly emphasize the relationship between resume development, job search skills, and human relations. Developed with input from industry leaders, it addresses topics students need to know when transitioning from campus to the workplace. Organized in a module format, it includes unique coverage of:
This book is written for professors, instructors, teachers, and workshop trainers to motivate individuals toward success in the workplace. Attitude, communication, and human relations are the keys to surviving in today’s ever-changing workplace regardless of a students major. This book teaches realistic survival skills and motivates individuals toward improving both their personal and professional performance.About the Author:
Sandra B. Bolt has a Masters in Business Administration with an emphasis in human resource management. She has been teaching in the college setting for over 17 years. She is currently a tenured faculty member and Chair of the Business & Technology Department at Fresno City College in Fresno, California. Her teaching areas of expertise include workplace relationships, office occupations, office technology, resume/interview, and document formatting. She has extensive secretarial experience, office, training and leadership experience. She is a certified Crown Financial Leader and Trainer and has lead many personal financial management sessions to community groups.
Lydia E. Anderson has a Masters in Business Administration with an emphasis in marketing. In addition to years of corporate marketing and strategic planning experience, she has been teaching for over ten years in a community college setting. She is currently a tenured faculty member and Chair of the Business Administration and Marketing Department at Fresno City College in Fresno, California. Her teaching areas of expertise include human relations in business, management/supervision, human resource management, and marketing. Ms. Anderson regularly consults with corporations and serves as a guest columnist for a business periodical writing on topics relating to human relations and management.
Both authors have used their professional, educational, and personal experiences to provide readers with realistic stories and challenges experienced in a typical workplace.
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Book Description Book Condition: Fair. [ No Hassle 30 Day Returns ][ Ships Daily ] [ Underlining/Highlighting: SOME ] [ Writing: SOME ] [ Edition: reprint ] former library copy Publisher: Prentice-Hall Pub Date: 1/1/1973 Binding: Unbound Pages: 235 reprint edition. Bookseller Inventory # 5374493
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