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Publisher Description

Your Best Source for New and Effective Job Search Strategies from a Noted Businessman, Executive Recruiter and Career Coach

Peter Engler’s non-traditional approach to job search is based on his thirty years of New York City and San Francisco business experience, six years as a retained executive recruiter and as a Career Strategist and Coach since 2004. He’s worked with people of all ages around the country helping them achieve career success and satisfaction.

Looking for work can often be a stressful and frustrating experience, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Your Crystal Clear Career Path offers exceptional guidance to help you find the right opportunities, create powerful resumes, and have successful interviews that can lead to rewarding work. In this concise, easy to read book, Engler takes a holistic approach to career planning.

This involves completing a deep assessment of your personal goals and abilities (understand who you are and what you really want), an action plan with exercises to guide you and an strong execution strategy to reach the companies that are a good fit for you. By following this process, reading his real-world examples of people who successfully approached different opportunities and completing the exercises included in the book, you can go through the phases of your career journey with confidence. It’s like having your own personal career coach with you at all times. Engler’s outstanding advice applies to people in many industries and job levels – from those just starting out in their careers to people making career transitions at age 50 and beyond.

This isn’t just ordinary career advice…it’s extraordinary career advice.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2014
August 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
111
Pages
PUBLISHER
Grantham Press
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
491.2
KB

Customer Reviews

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Actionable advice for the 40+ career changer/ job seeker

Generally, career guidance books come in a one-size-fits-all-ages containing the same content only with exciting titles meant to address career topic du jour, with a well-designed cover and with funny anecdotes by the author. Everything seems to reiterate what we already know: yadda yadda your resume; yadda yadda your leads; yadda yadda your network. There’s nothing that truly speaks to those in the “mid-career” part of their lives who require a different sort of coaching. We certainly don’t like being told what to do, since we’re used to doing that ourselves.

What we need instead is a new way to present ourselves to those with whom we interview without scaring the daylights out of them. Seasoned, senior, and sometimes more qualified than the manager who may hire us, we languish along with our vast experience, for months looking for work that isn’t what we want, and sometimes impractical to our real needs and desires. Peter’s book guides the (dare I say) older and growing population of job seekers towards a new way of thinking and puts a new lens on how we look at ourselves and our careers. However, anyone looking to take a new road down their career path to the C-suite exec can mine several invaluable gems of wisdom from this quick read.

High recommendations for this book - it’s worth every minute and you can save yourself some excruciating time and effort from Peter’s years of wisdom as a career coach.