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Targeting a Great Career (Five O'Clock Club)
Synopses & Reviews
Landing the job of your dreams means you need to have a dream to begin with. Targeting a Great Career helps you identify that dream . . . make it specific . . . and figure out step by step how you can achieve it. Kate Wendleton and The Five O'Clock Club have already helped tens of thousands of job hunters across the country discover what they're best at, what they love doing, and how they can turn their vision into reality. Exercises throughout the book allow readers to picture what they want their life to be like in the future and what they can do today to make their dreams come true. The celebrated Five O'Clock Club method involves work ... lots of work. And much of that work is research - research on the lnternet into the areas you have targeted; Targeting a Great Career is filled with strategies and tips that can help you achieve your goals.
About the Author
Kate Wendleton (New York, NY) is the author of the best-selling book, Through the Brick Wall, and has been a career coach since 1978, when she founded The Five O?Clock Club, the leading national career counseling network that helps job hunters, career changers, and consultants at all levels. She is also the founder of Workforce America, a not-for-profit organization serving adult job hunters in Harlem who are not yet in the professional or managerial ranks. A former CFO of two small companies, Kate has twenty years of business experience and an MBA.
Table of Contents
Part One: Finding Good Jobs: The Changing Job-Hunting Process Part Two: Deciding What You Want: How to Select Your Job Targets Part Three: Knowing the Right People: How to Get Interviews in Your Target Areas Part Four: Managing Your Campaign: Are You Conducting a Good Search? Part Five: Career and Job-Search Bibliography Part Six: What is The Five O'Clock Club? "America's Premier Career Counseling Network" Index
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