I'm a Cebra on the digitized sanvanna : bye industrialized era, hello digitized era (häftad)
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Format
Häftad
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
66
Utgivningsdatum
2016-11-15
Förlag
CreativtFri
Medarbetare
Frisemo, Curt (form)
Dimensioner
203 x 133 x 5 mm
Vikt
116 g
SAB
Dokb
ISBN
9789198338904
I'm a Cebra on the digitized sanvanna : bye industrialized era, hello digitized era (häftad)

I'm a Cebra on the digitized sanvanna : bye industrialized era, hello digitized era

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Leading myself in the new and digitized working life - help! How do I go about it? Feel a
bit lost in the new society and working life, where the life off- and online is integrated?
Want to be a digital literate to avoid exclusion? Want to know how to succeed in the new
working life and at the same time feel healthy wealthy joyful?
Cathrin Frisemo, with a degree in Medical Science, has more than 20 years experience
working with leadership and work organization and its impact on health and joyfulness.
She is also the author of "WIFL- Work In Fake Life - Your Guide to the Digital Working
Life". Cathrin has followed her path throughout life, and in an inspiring encouraging way
she is sharing her knowledge in this book for you to:

Get an overview of new society and working life
See your opportunities in the new world of work
Be a Cebra!

Be the Cebra you are and succeed! Sounds simple and not that easy, but no worries,
this book will help you find your answers! Grab a copy and enjoy a Cebra-life while alive!
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