How to Get a Job You'll Love 2005-2006: A Practical Guide to Unlocking Your Talents and Finding Your Ideal Career

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9780077108243: How to Get a Job You'll Love 2005-2006: A Practical Guide to Unlocking Your Talents and Finding Your Ideal Career

Need a career change? Feel like a square peg in a round hole? Lack motivation and job satisfaction? Thinking of a portfolio career? Facing redundancy? How to Get a Job You'll Love 2005-06 takes a refreshing look at career planning. It teaches you how to think outside the box, tap into your hidden talents and identify what type of career you really want. It seeks to overcome some of the most common mental barriers to changing careers and sets out a five-point plan of action, including information on job search strategies and how to succeed in interviews.

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A brilliant book for anyone who wants a new direction. -- Tessa Hilton, Woman & Home

A great way to kick-start your career makeover. -- Cosmopolitan

A joy to read as well as an indispensable roadmap for anyone serious about managing their careers. -- Steve Crabb, editor, People Management

Highly recommended - always practical, but never patronising. -- Ian Wylie, Guardian Rise

John Lees inspires people to rethink the way they work: to work with greater purpose, meaning and work/life balance. -- Andrea Watson, Daily Express Careers

‘An authoritative British voice in careers coaching.’ -- The Times

‘An excellent book, challenging, thought provoking, enthusiastic.’ -- Career Guidance Today

‘His advice is not to be faulted.' -- Management Today

From the Publisher:

There are many `how to' books about career change and job search. They are good at getting you organized and giving you good advice on job search.

This book aims to do something different. Its approach is to look at the way that people generate brilliant ideas and new ways of solving problems or designing products, and it then applies that breakthrough thinking to you and your career, the way you work and the way you find work. It challenges your perceived limitations and helps you to discover your strengths. Finally, it provides practical advice about making your chosen future happen.

Quite simply, the aim is to help you to make connections between your natural creativity and the way you plan your life's work.

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