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Leave Happy: Making The Elegant Executive Transition (No Time 4 Theories Executive Career Series) Paperback – January 4, 2009
About the Author
Dr. Karen Otazo has been a global executive coach and thinking partner for executives in transnational companies worldwide for more than 25 years. Her book, The Truth about Being a Leader (2007), has been recognized as one of the Top Five Best Business Books for 2007 by Strategy & Business. Dr. Otazo's 25 years of experience makes her uniquely equipped to work with executives connecting cultures in global corporations, national subsidiaries, joint ventures and strategic alliances. She sits on the boards of Vital Voices Global Partnership, Citizens for Affordable Energy and Best Partners. Dr. Otazo is a fellow of SoL, the Society for Organizational Learning, an intentional learning community dedicated to sustainable business. www.global-leadership-network.com Sheryl Spanier is a thought leader, media contributor and master practitioner of Executive Career Management who is sought out to coach and advise international leaders and their teams. After working as a consultant and market leader for four premier career management companies, she started her own firm in 2004. With more than 25 years in the field, Spanier combines empathy and pragmatism to coach clients in maximizing the interpersonal side of their business strategies and to lead individual and organizational change. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, a founding member of the Association for Career Professionals International and is certified as a Fellow by the Institute for Career Certification International. www.sherylspanier.com
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And having gone through a subsequent transition event personally, I can also tell you "What is written - works" !
The authors are highly accredited but, as importantly, highly practical in their approach and advice.
I would strongly recommend you buy and read both Guides - I did.
As a career consultant myself, it is amazing to me how many people take the "dead end" route to finding a job. This guide will help you get somewhere and enjoy the ride.