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The Career Code by Hillary Kerr

Title The Career Code
Author Hillary Kerr
Publisher Abrams
Release 2016-05-17
Category Design
Total Pages 168
ISBN 1613128231
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The co-founders of the hugely successful Who What Wear empire share their best career advice for smart, stylish, self-starting women of all professional levels. In The Career Code, the third book in the smash-hit Who What Wear series, fashion and digital entrepreneurs Katherine Power and Hillary Kerr bring you the Everygirl’s guide for creating your own professional success, on every level, flawlessly. The book is filled with insightful, pragmatic “career codes” to follow, as well as all of the practical, how-to advice they’ve learned while building their company from zero employees in 2006, to the thriving, multibrand, multiplatform, multi-million dollar company it is today. In this approachable, authoritative, and inspirational book, you will find the most useful and accessible tips and tricks to strategically build your career into exactly what you want it to be, from negotiating your salary to avoiding the biggest mistake most people make when they quit. Chapters include advice on résumé building, dressing for the job you want, and how to effectively communicate at work—even with the most difficult colleagues—all done with the Who What Wear girls’ practical and polished signature style. It gives you total insight into how you can excel at work in every arena, whether you’re just starting your very first job, contemplating switching fields, or finally a boss who’s building her own team. The Career Code also includes over 20 of Hillary and Katherine’s best “life hacks” to ensure your out-of-office life runs just as smoothly as your career. Take your ambition to the next level and give your career the stylish edge it deserves. This is the must-have handbook for every woman at every stage of her career, no matter where she sits in the boardroom.

Title Career Development and Counseling
Author Steven D. Brown
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2012-06-29
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 696
ISBN 1118428846
Language English, Spanish, and French
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My Career Rules by Catherine Cunningham

Title My Career Rules
Author Catherine Cunningham
Publisher
Release 2016
Category Career changes
Total Pages
ISBN 9781925515381
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title CPD for the Career Development Professional
Author Siobhan Neary
Publisher Crimson Publishing
Release 2016-10-14
Category Education
Total Pages 256
ISBN 1844556328
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The career development sector is continually evolving in line with changes in society, technology and the needs of clients. Maintaining and developing the skills and knowledge to practise effectively in any part of the sector is a cornerstone of professional practice. Yet in straitened times, the funding and time to undertake Continuous Professional Development can be difficult to find. This unique handbook contextualises CPD for the sector, examines why it is important and to whom, offers practical insights on practitioner research and reflective practice and then provides a wealth of information on the many ways in which CPD can be undertaken by both those who are employed and self-employed. With many practical activities, reflection points and case studies throughout, readers will be able to identify their own needs and develop CPD solutions that will support them in developing skills and knowledge to further enhance their own practice. For practitioners who want to own and direct their professional development, this is a must-read guide.

Title Becoming an Occupational Therapist Is Occupational Therapy Really the Career for You
Author Cath Wright Mckenna, Chris
Publisher BPP Learning Media
Release 2012-12-31
Category Law
Total Pages 156
ISBN 1445397390
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An essential book for anyone contemplating a career as an occupational therapist, whether in the statutory or non-statutory services or internationally.

What s Your Type of Career by Donna Dunning

Title What s Your Type of Career
Author Donna Dunning
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2010-12-15
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 228
ISBN 1857884558
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Match Your Personality Type to Your Perfect Career-and Find Success! The simple truth is that to be happy and successful in your work, you need a career that not only matches your interests but fits your personality type as well. In this approachable book, author Donna Dunning uses the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) to introduce eight distinct ways of working. Encouraging you to reflect on your own natural preferences-using checklists, exercises, strategies and tips-What's Your Type of Career? provides all the tools you need to discover your own natural preferences and find your ideal career. Are you a Contributor, Expeditor, Explorer or Responder? An Analyzer, Assimilator, Enhancer or Visionary? An Extravert or an Introvert? If you identify yourself as an Extravert and a Responder, you tend to like action, scenarios that are rapidly changing and are not inclined toward a desk job. A profession as an emergency worker, a fi re fighter or a police officer may be for you. This best-selling career guide-now in a fully updated second edition-has been expanded to include the training and educational requirements of a variety of different occupations, and highlights those most in demand. It also includes details on developing type differences later in life, advice for balancing your work and personal life and many, many more preference-based career suggestions.

The Handbook of Career Advising by Kenneth F. Hughey

Title The Handbook of Career Advising
Author Kenneth F. Hughey
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2012-06-07
Category Education
Total Pages 420
ISBN 1118443578
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Handbook of Career Advising "The Handbook of Career Advising not only provides a general introduction to this important academic advising function, but offers many practical applications that can help students make realistic and timely career decisions. As students face an ever-changing and complex workplace, helping them integrate their academic and career decisions has never been more important. This book is an excellent resource for advisors; it helps them become more cognizant of the critical role they play and will facilitate the development of the knowledge and competencies required to perform this important advising task." —Virginia Gordon, associate professor emeritus, The Ohio State University "This book provides a wealth of information for anyone whose work involves helping students discover how intentional choices in curricular and cocurricular educational experiences can prepare them for tomorrow's workplace. The theoretical foundations, information and resources, frameworks for practice, and recommendations for the future included in this book will guide academic advisors as they positively influence students' lives by helping them systematically and enthusiastically approach their career development." —Mary Stuart Hunter, assistant vice provost, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina "The Handbook of Career Advising provides excellent information, resources, and examples of how academic advisors can become more knowledgeable and comfortable in providing career advising. Here, authors address critical issues such as diversity, working with specific student groups, and working with undecided or exploratory students. This book provides examples that illustrate how career and academic advising are significant parts of the teaching and learning process that support student success on our campuses." —Casey Self, executive director, Academic Advising, University College, Arizona State University, and 2009 NACADA president

Career Decision Making by W. Bruce Walsh

Title Career Decision Making
Author W. Bruce Walsh
Publisher Routledge
Release 2014-01-09
Category Psychology
Total Pages 286
ISBN 1317767357
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Keeping up with new developments in vocational psychology is important to both psychological practitioners and researchers. This volume is devoted to presenting and evaluating important advances in the field of career decision making, development, and maturity. More specifically, it identifies, reports, and evaluates significant contemporary developments in vocational psychology and provides both professional workers and students with an informed understanding of the progress taking place in the field. The history and theory of the assessment of career development and decison making are explored as well as advances in career planning systems. An expanded context for the study and evaluation of career development variables is also described.

Title Career Discovery Encyclopedia
Author Ferguson
Publisher Infobase Publishing
Release 2009
Category Occupations
Total Pages 1586
ISBN 1438128541
Language English, Spanish, and French
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