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A job search used to be a dreary process of mailing resumes, making calls, scheduling interviews, and suffering rejection until you took the first thing that came along. Well, the employment quest has changed along with everything else. Here’s how to take advantage of being a skilled, available professional in a hot job market. J. Thomas Buck, William R. Matthews and Robert N. Leech pool their considerable experience as career development consultants to cover the entire landscape of job hunting in this detailed workbook of 101 exercises. Though written clearly and conversationally, the book is not simplistic. The authors ask thought-provoking questions as they take you through the job search process. Even if you’ve been in the business world for years, you will find this guide valuable since it harnesses the whirlwind of today’s ever-changing corporate climate. getAbstract recommends this book to anyone embarking on a job search and to human resources professionals.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to position yourself for a strategic career search;
  • How an honest appraisal of your assets will help focus your job search; and
  • How job interviews can provide valuable lessons.
 

About the Authors

The authors are all associated with Prism Performance Systems, a Detroit-area change management consulting firm whose clients include, Rubbermaid, Cadillac, Chevrolet, IBM, and many others. Thomas Buck is Prism’s president. William Matthews is a Prism senior consultant. Robert Leech works closely with Prism as a consultant and the head of his own consulting firm, R.N. Leech & Associates.

 

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Put aside thoughts of the old-fashioned job hunt, and position yourself for a strategic career search instead. By using 101 exercises, games, and other tools, you can embark on an employment quest that is based on carefully developed methods and designed to help...

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