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Synopsis: This book is not meant to profoundly analyze the causes of career dysfunction. It simply introduces practical tools to produce concrete results in the world of work.
My central premise is that the personality disorders brought on by chemical dependency or co-dependency produce certain career difficulties that can be overcome through practicing a set of proven principles.
The guidance offered herein is intended to show recovering people how they can, within the framework of their recovery programs successfully make and implement decisions for exciting and productive career adventures. This book is for people who are actively practicing any 12-step program or are in counseling for co-dependency or ACOA-related problems. The principles it contains also apply to those who have suffered emotional damage as a result of losing their jobs.
In discussing the career problems of recovering people, I claim no authority beyond having served hundreds of clients who practiced 12-step programs during the time I worked with them. This book summarizes the practical solutions to some of their typical problems. It has been my good fortune to know these people and participate in their career solutions and searches.
About the Author: Nat Tanenbaum.
"After 18 years of an ascending career path, I found myself with career problems for the first time in my life. Nat Tanenbaum gave me the structure and motivation to solve my career problems.
The comment is typical of the many who turned to Nat Tanenbaum, past president of The Career Center in Atlanta, for career guidance. Having served as senior corporate executive in more than one field, Tanenbaum bridged the human resource gap between employers and employees. He has guided clients to a realistic understanding of their potential and helped them match their strengths with an organization's needs.
Since founding The Career Center in 1977, Tanenbaum has aided over 1000 individuals in solving their career problems. He has worked independently with individuals at The Career Center and as an outside consultant with many businesses. In addition, he is active as a public speaker. "Unfortunately, most people spend more time and effort selecting their automobiles than choosing their careers," Tanenbaum says. He advocates that businesses offer professional career counseling to their employees not only as an employee benefit but to utilize the company's resources more fully.
After making the decision to retire from his own management consulting company in 1977, Tanenbaum sought the services of a national career counseling firm. That disappointing and expensive experience led him to found his own counseling firm committed to helping people learn how to manage their own careers. He packaged the best assessment and testing procedures into a comprehensive plan for a very modest fee. Since then, his unusual insight and sensitivity, wit and wisdom have led many people to say, "You changed my life. I have regained my self-confidence."
A native Texan, Tanenbaum's varied career began after graduating from Baylor University and serving as a naval officer in the Pacific area during World War II. He returned to Texas to work in radio and television and founded his own advertising agency.
Later he moved to Southern California to continue his career in advertising and public relations with Chevrolet and Mutual Savings and Loan. In addition to serving as president of the Advertising Club of Pasadena and vice-president of the Advertising Association of the West, he taught courses sponsored by the Sales and Marketing Executive Association of Los Angeles at the University of Southern California.
Tanenbaum owned a printing business before joining a division of Dart Industries where he rose from sales manager to international director of marketing. During this period he traveled to every state in the USA and to over 70 foreign countries to recruit, train, and manage executives in 43 countries.
After leaving Dart, Tanenbaum co-founded The Management Team, a sales and marketing consulting firm, whose clients included Technicolor, Gillett, Avon and other national and international companies.
Title: Career Seekers: A Program for Career ...
Publisher: Gazelle Book Services Ltd
Publication Date: 1990
Book Condition: Good
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