Whether charting a new career, energizing a stalling career, or transitioning to a new career as a training or HRD professional, Career Moves is your roadmap to success.
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Caitlin Williams is president of Successful Working Women, Inc., in Westlake, Ohio, and she has been in the field of career development for more than 15 years. Her areas of expertise and interest include future trends in the workplace, women's career development, and boomer lifestyle issues, and she is a frequent speaker on those topics. Williams researches and writes for business and career publications and has contributed to National Business Employment Weekly, Training & Development, and Career Planning & Adult Development Journal. She coauthors a career Q&A column on the ASTD Website and is one of the lead career coaches at the Job Fair held at ASTD's annual conference.
A career/life management consultant with over 30 years' experience in career counseling and higher education career center management, Annabelle Reitman works with a diverse clientele, from young professionals to early retirees, either in workshops or individual consultations. Past president and co-president of the ASTD Metropolitan Washington, DC, Chapter, Reitman authored a career management column for the chapter's newsletter from 1998 to 1999. With Caitlin Williams she coauthors a career Q&A column for national ASTD's Website, and is one of the lead career coaches for the Job Fair at ASTD's annual international conference. In 1997=n=1998, Reitman coordinated a team that revised and updated the Introduction to HRD Careers booklet published by ASTD. She writes career management articles for thingamajob.com, a job search/recruiters Website. Reitman has presented at professional conferences for over 20 years, including those of ASTD, the Middle Atlantic Placement Association, the National Career Development Association, and the Cooperative Education Association. She received her doctorate and master's degrees in higher education administration from Teachers College, Columbia University, and her bachelor's degree in sociology from Brooklyn College, CUNY.Review:
This is what we have been waiting for! Career Moves is a current, practical reference for anyone contemplating HRD as a profession and for the experienced practitioner exploring new career options in the field --Carol Susan DeVaney, President, DeVaney-Wong International
A first-of-its-kind, career resource guide for HRD professionals. If you are transitioning into the HRD field or even a seasoned professional looking to expand your opportunities for advancement, Career Moves will show you how to create a new path for career success and help you navigate your career challenges with confidence and passion. --Anita Brady, President, Communication Training Consultants
I highly recommend this work as a comprehensive and informative career transitions tool. This book provides a practical approach for anyone in the HRD field wishing to make a career transition. --George L. Maestri, Instructional Systems Designer, Allegis Learning
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