How to Get a Job You’ll Love 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 which includes networking, job search strategies and successful interview techniques
Now in its fourth edition, this best selling book has been updated to include new resources and references, additional information for MBA students, CV advice, and ideas and suggestions about portfolio careers.
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Good: lots of easy exercises and referrals to other sources. It covers all
stages of career management. Eminently dippable-into.
-- The Guardian: Rise, August 8, 2006
John Lees challenges readers' perceived limitations and helps them discover
their strengths...invest in a copy!
-- Newscheck, March 2007
Lees' ability to [help] people make successful career transitions has meant
that his books have become widely popular. -- Coaching at work, January/February 2006
Asks readers to examine what they mean by career success, how to
set goals, and strategies for achieving them.
-- Real, February 17, 2006
"A Jewel of a book to help even the most luckless and career-panicked person"
- Management Today
"No matter how many barriers - real or imagined - are currently preventing you making the career change you know you need, this book will help you demolish them more effectively than a wrecking ball. John's books are thought-provoking, stimulating, challenging and a pleasure to read - and this is no exception. It could well change your life."
- Steve Crabb, Editor, People Management
"John Lees teaches you how to develop your own self-awareness and how to use that awareness effectiveley to achieve career success."
- Carol Lewis, Editor, Career, The Times
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Book Description The McGraw-Hill Company. Book Condition: New. pp. 252. Bookseller Inventory # 4697792