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Whether your career path leads you to seek a new employer, begin an entrepreneurial venture, or succeed where you are, Career Compass shows you how to replace old employment concepts with the dynamic new paradigm that will define your career success in the bold business frontier of the future. Peggy Simonsen provides an essential career planning tool kit to displace traditional notions of careers with six elements of a compelling fieldtested career management system that will guide successful career management in the 21st century.
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Career Compass is a selection of the Doubleday Executive Program book club. "This book is a catalyst for critical thinking about the complex issues involved in managing your career in the turbulent times that lie ahead."--Jeff Blade, Director, Operations Finance and Strategy, Kraft Foods, Inc. "Whether you are a GenXer or a baby boomer, Career Compass will provide you with strategies to enhance your career agility in the 21st century."--Amy Clement, Manager, Professional Development, TRW Space & Electronics "This book is 'spot-on' for managing your career in today's world of work. By using the tools and resources in this book, the reader will help ensure he or she will be in the right place at the right time with the right skills."--Kenneth R. Petersen, Director, Employee Counseling & Career Management, The Dow Chemical CompanyAbout the Author:
Peggy Simonsen is Managing Vice President of the International Talent Management Practice of Right Management Consultants. She is author of "Promoting a Development Culture in Your Organization," a nationally prominent speaker, and a frequent contributor to numerous journals and newsletters. A recipient of the Walter Storey Career Development Leadership Award, she has served on the National Executive Committee of the Career Development Professional Practice area of the American Society for Training and Development.
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Book Description lulu.com, 2010. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 218 pages. 9.68x7.44x0.50 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk0557246059
Book Description lulu.com, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0557246059