Rethinking Work: Are You Ready to Take Charge?
Davies-Black Publishing, 2007 - 148页
On any given day, more than four million Americans job-search online. And regardless of age or profession--from boomers to Gen Ys--today's financially encumbered and emotionally conflicted workers are looking for more than money as they pursue something new, better and different. Following the success of his best seller We Are All Self-Employed, Cliff Hakim is back with a timely and essential tool kit for identifying our gifts, turning them into marketable skills and pursuing our dreams--no matter where we are on the work-life path. A powerful antidote to the pressures of working in today's performance-driven workplace, Rethinking Work asks thought-provoking and penetrating questions that lay out the challenge: develop the courage of an explorer, the tenacity and attention to detail of a detective, the pragmatism of an entrepreneur and the imagination and daring of a dreamer. Hakim brings to life the diverse stories of hundreds of people he has coached and mentored through this process of reflection, exploration and engagement to deliver a heart-centered philosophy with the pragmatism needed to create new and more satisfying work and richly fulfilling careers.
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