Your Career
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South-Western Educational Pub
Owens, Lisa / Kadakia, Crystal
274 x 213 x 15 mm
885 g
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Paperback (1), Online resource (1)
Your Career

Your Career

How To Make It Happen

Mixed media product, Engelska, 2016-01-01
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A best-selling, indispensable resource, YOUR CAREER: HOW TO MAKE IT HAPPEN, 9E helps you move from "job seeker" to "job finder." Packed with innovative resources you can use now and throughout your career, this step-by-step guide helps you find and keep the ideal job. This book introduces a manageable process for marketing yourself to prospective employers. Each chapter provides practical tips you can apply to your unique goals. Clear instruction guides you through self-assessment, employer research, self-marketing, networking, writing a market-driven resume, and interviewing. Practical assignments and a technology-driven focus connect you directly with the business community and employers. You build a strong foundation for current and future job searches as YOUR CAREER, 9E introduces the tools you need to gain a competitive advantage in the workplace, reach your career potential, and stand out as a strong candidate for jobs in your ideal career field.
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Lauri Harwood is a widely respected consultant and trainer. Her extensive experience includes 15 years of developing corporate training for Procter & Gamble. She is an instructor at Miami University in Cincinnati, Ohio. As the owner of Vandalay Group, Inc., she serves as a writer, instructional designer, and program/project manager. Her degrees include a bachelor of arts in English literature (University of Cincinnati) and a Master of Technical and Scientific Communication (Miami University). Lisa M.D. Owens spent a decade in the engineering field before becoming a full-time corporate training manager at Procter & Gamble, where she created P&G's first online global training, several training programs for global new hires and the first online internal job posting system for a Fortune 100 company -- for more than 80,000 employees at more than 200 sites around the world. She also served as a key adviser for training developed for P&G interviewers who went to college and university campuses to make the first cut on who might be a future employee. Now retired from P&G, Owens founded Training Design Strategies LLC (TDS) so she can continue to equip the doers and the movers of the world to achieve their goals through the help of powerful training, for which she provides the design strategies. She has served on the advisory board for Ohio University's instructional design certificate program, the Executive Advisory Board for The Association for Talent Development, Greater Cincinnati Chapter (GC-ATD) and CorpU's Leaders-As-Teachers Executive Council. Her publications include DESIGING FOR MODERN LEARNING (2020, co-author), LEADERS AS TEACHERS ACTION GUIDE (2014, co-author), LO START-UP DI UNA CORPORATE UNIVERSITY (Italian) and LEADERS TRAINING IN LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE magazine (2005). Owens earned a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology (1977) and a Master of Education from the University of Cincinnati (1995). Crystal Kadakia is a two-time TEDx speaker, organizational consultant and bestselling author known for transforming the toughest workplace changes into exciting possibilities for our digital world. After six years at Procter & Gamble, she began her consulting firm, where she tackles transforming the status quo and bridging gaps among people in the workplace. She brings organizations into the digital age, reimagining people strategies with clients in areas such as career development, learning culture, inclusion, leadership development and employee engagement. Past clients include General Mills, Southern Company,, Sierra Club and other organizations. Through keynote addresses and her bestselling book, THE MILLENNIAL MYTH: TRANSFORMING MISUNDERSTANDING INTO WORKPLACE BREAKTHROUGHS (Berrett-Koehler, 2017), Kadakia has changed the story around the generation gap for thousands over the past decade. Along with supporting clients, her next project is a deep study of living and leading in the digital age, i...


1. The Job Search Process.
2. Know Yourself to Market Yourself.
3. Picture Yourself in the Workplace.
4. Plan Your Resume.
5. Write Your Resume.
6. Find Job Openings.
7. Write Job Applications.
8. Write Effective, Tailored Cover Letters.
9. Know the Interview Essentials.
10. Prepare for Your Interview.
11. Interview Like a Pro.
Part V: Connect, Accept, and Succeed.
12. Stay Connected with Prospective Employers.
13. Dealing with Disappointment.
14. Take Charge of Your Career.
Appendix: Succeeding In The Job Search Journey Using Social Media.