Talent in Action
Lannoo Uitgeverij, Dec 17, 2007 - 256 pages
Provides tactics and strategies to steer your career into the direction that you yourself want. This book warns for pitfalls and risks and offers tips and tricks to avoid misfortune. It explains how you can avoid stress at work and how private happiness and professional success can be matched.
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Coach yourself to the career that suits you 19
Discover the importance of steering your own career
Become the active manager of your career
Recognise the pitfalls that could damage your career
Making your high potential bankable
The people manager as talent builder and career coach
Finiteness as the starting point for a balanced life
Become an efficient and effective selfmanager
Recognise the pitfalls which can affect your personal
Learning to deal with failure and pressure
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