Summary of Never Apply for a Job Again!
Break the Rules, Cut the Line, Beat the Rest
Use the power of “career tribes” to find your next job.
Longtime career-industry coach Darrell W. Gurney removes the mystique and uncertainty of networking by teaching the difference between “overt” job hunting and a “stealth” job campaign. He offers 10 time-tested principles for making connections with people who can help your career. Some readers might consider Gurney’s backdoor approach to landing a job a bit devious. But it nonetheless offers a viable mechanism for those willing to invest the time and energy it requires. Before you hand out another business card, getAbstract recommends that you consider the possibilities of implementing a stealth job campaign.
In this summary, you will learn
- How a “stealth” campaign differs from an “overt” job search
- Why the stealth approach is more effective
- Which stealth strategies work best when building and tapping into the resources of your personal “career tribe.”
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