17 Top Secrets for How to Keep Your Job or Find New Work Today

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iUniverse, May 18, 2009 - Business & Economics - 76 pages
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17 TOP SECRETS FOR HOW TO KEEP YOUR JOB OR FIND NEW WORK TODAY offers powerful advice for the unemployed or underemployed, drawn from the authors interviews and workshops.
Topics include:
- adapting to changed conditions
- how to fi nd a job when you already have one
- volunteering your way to a new job
- using visualization on the job hunt
- developing new skills for new jobs
- bartering instead of going bust
- setting up a home-based business
- building relationships for success
- promoting and marketing yourself
- and more.
 

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Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D. is the author of over 50 books and a seminar/workshop leader, specializing in work relationships and professional and personal development. She has written a dozen books on work relationships, achieving your goals, and enjoying your work and life more, including: Want It, See It, Get It!, Enjoy! 101 Little Things to Do to Add Fun to Your Work Everyday, A Survival Guide for Working with Humans, A Survival Guide for Working With Bad Bosses, A Survival Guide to Managing Employees from Hell, and Disagreements, Disputes, and All-Out War – all from AMACOM. A number of her books have dealt with management topics, including: Work with Me! Resolving Everyday Conflicts in Your Organization (Davies-Black) and Building a Winning Sales Team (Probus). She has a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley, and MAs in Anthropology, Mass Communications and Organizational/Consumer/Audience Behavior, and Popular Culture and Lifestyles at Cal State East Bay. She has gotten extensive media interest in her previous books, including appearances on Good Morning America, Oprah, Montel Williams, CNN, and hundreds of radio interviews. She has been frequently quoted by the media and has several Web sites for her books on improving work relationships and professional success, including: • Enjoy! 101 Little Ways to Add Fun to Your Work Everyday (www.enjoythebook.com), • Want It, See It, Get It (www.wantitseeitgetit.com), • Disagreements, Disputes, and All Out War, A Survival Guide for Working with Humans (www.workingwithhumans.com), • A Survival Guide to Managing Employees from Hell (www.workingwithhumans.com), • A Survival Guide for Working with Bad Bosses (www.badbosses.net) The site featuring her books and speaking on work generally is at www.workwithgini.com. Her overall workshop is at www.ginigrahamscott.com.

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