Finding Work After 40: Proven Strategies for Managers and Professionals

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A&C Black, Apr 29, 2011 - Self-Help - 288 pages
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Ageism is now a massive problem for older managers and professionals who have been made redundant. The guide presents a successful programme for mature workers, one that has been developed and tested by a network of executive job clubs. Readers are taken through a process of self-assessment, shown how to re-examine their career goals in light of their age, and then given a set of tools to help achieve their objectives, whether it is finding new employment or becoming self-employed.

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Robin Bell is a consultant editor for writers and artists the former senior editor of The Purple Guide. He is the co-author of this book.

Liam Mifsud coaches executives on leadership, runs management training courses, gives seminars for job seekers, and he is an Associate at Proteus, a UK career management consultancy. He is a co-author of this book.

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