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Career Mapping: Charting Your Course in the New World of Work Paperback – August 1, 2011
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“An inspiring book of global proportions, "Career Mapping" goes far beyond writing a résumé and pounding the streets. It’s a book that gives people tools and insights to empower themselves and to make conscious, constructive choices throughout their lives. Get ready for a great lesson in the real world; a lesson I wish I’d had early in my career” --Gary E. McCullough, CEO Career Education Corporation
About the Author
Ginny Clarke is a career management expert and executive coach. Once a college recruiter, she went on to get her MBA. Now with more than 25 years of business experience, including 12 years as an executive recruiter with Spencer Stuart, she offers advice for those wanting to get ahead.
Top Customer Reviews
You will have such a better understanding of yourself and what that
means to your career. Ginny provides an excellent road map for
the steps you should take to do what you love, do what you are good at doing,
and work where you want to work. Her practical advice about
starting with you and your valuable relationships instead of
sending resumes out by the hundreds is great advice.
What an excellent way to get professional career help from
someone that would cost so much more when she was
a partner at an elite executive search firm.
I started working at a tender age, and I can testify that the author's stories are definitely on point.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is a must read for anyone who want to take charge of their career path. The authors provide specific and concrete action steps relevant to the current environment where... Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by DennisB