Getting There: Driving High Performance Strategies and Tactics for Career Decisions (It's Not About the Résumé)
Are you frustrated in your current job? Are you unemployed? Do you believe you can achieve more, but dont know where to start? The process outlined in this book has been used successfully by hundreds of clients. My clients are speech pathologists, chief marketing officers, certified public accountants, nurses, attorneys, plumbers, chief executive officers, music teachers, software engineers, supply chain managers, artists, etc. What do they all have in common? They all have a desire to do something different, to have rewarding, fulfilling work lives. They used this book to help them move from the frustrating situations they were in, towards rewarding, meaningful careers in their chosen field. This is what some of my clients have said: You changed my life! You made me put me first, and no one has ever made me put me first. No one ever asked me And what do YOU want for yourself? RACHELLE EVANS, Payroll Manager, Phoenix, AZ Brilliant! MICHAEL VAN INGEN, Cornell graduate "Getting There" by Luis Martinez offers step-by-step guidance & hints to help job-seekers -- whether youre a recent college grad or are an experienced worker looking for new directions -- achieve their professional goals. Few people have as deep an understanding of corporate hiring as Luis Martinez. As a Human Resources Consultant at Xerox, he has advised a whole spectrum of employees for many years. Now Martinez shares powerful lessons from his long career. Christine Cody, Sales Professional, Brooklyn, NY
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