Managing Your Career (HBR Working Parents Series)

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Harvard Business Review Press, 2020 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - 240 pages
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Section 1. Oh, the places you'll go! - take stock and set your vision: How to build a meaningful career - do legacy and freedom trump salary and prestige for you? / by Amy Gallo -- Work home community self - don't balance. Integrate / by Stewart D. Friedman -- Section 2. Be all ears: get feedback: Get the feedback you need - check your perception to learn and grow / by Carolyn O'Hara -- The family 360 review - find new ways to connect and communicate / by Scott Edinger -- Section 3. Choose your own adventure: set goals and make career choices: Increase the odds of achieving your goals by setting them with your family - a different type of family planning / by Jackie Coleman and John Coleman -- Flex work, part-time, and laterals, oh my! - adventures in alternative work arrangements / by Michele Benton -- Winning support for flexible work - propose something that works for you, and your org / by Amy Gallo -- Making part-time work for you: an Interview with Kristin McElderry - one mom's story of juggling a career with three kids / by Amy Gallo -- How to decide whether to relocate for a job - assess the impact on your family / by Rebecca Knight -- Section 4. Without GPS - navigate on and off the career ramp: When you're leaving your job because of your kids - transition from one role to the next with grace / by Daisy Dowling Wademan -- Ramp up your career after parental leave - first, decide what you want / by Lisa Quest -- Section 5. All in the family - manage relationships: Bring all of your identities to work - CEO, mentor, partner, parent, child (and personal chef, party-planner, mediator) / by Carrie Kerpen -- How dual-career couples make it work - curiosity, communication, and initiation / by Jennifer Petriglieri -- Being a two-career couple requires a long-term plan - design your vision together / by Avivah Wittenberg-Cox -- A guide to balancing eldercare and career - when no one throws you a "your mom broke her hip" party / by Liz O'Donnell -- Section 6. Don't go it alone - get support: Working parents need a "parenting posse" - find your tribe / by Alison Beard -- Create your own personal "board of directors" - assemble trusted advisors for every aspect of your life / by Priscilla Claman -- Making time for networking as a working parent - maintain connections / by David Burkus -- Epilogue: To infinity, and beyond! -- What I learned about working parenthood after my kids grew up - iit happens just as fast as the old people say / by Avivah Wittenberg-Cox.

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Harvard Business Review is the leading destination for smart management thinking. Through its flagship magazine, 12 international licensed editions, books from Harvard Business Review Press, and digital content and tools published on HBR.org, Harvard Business Review provides professionals around the world with rigorous insights and best practices to lead themselves and their organizations more effectively and to make a positive impact.

Daisy Dowling, Series Editor, is founder and CEO of Workparent, the executive coaching and training firm, and the author of Workparent: The Complete Guide to Succeeding on the Job, Staying True to Yourself, and Raising Happy Kids (Harvard Business Review Press, 2021). She is a full-time working parent to two young children. She can be reached at workparent.com.

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