Jobs Search Tips & Techniques: A Practical Guide to Finding a Job is a helpful resource for anyone searching for a new job. Whether a person is a recent college graduate, mid-career looking to move up, or towards the end of their career, or unemployed, or those considering going into business for themselves, will all benefit from the information in the book. Covering all aspects of the job search process including self-assessment, determination of work desires and dreams, development of the appropriate resumes and cover letters, networking, interviewing, and negotiation/acceptance of an offer. From planning and organization to time management, networking, working with recruiters, interview preparation and questions, references, and thank you letters, to considerations of working for yourself, the book has everything a job seeker needs.
An incredible resource for any person looking for effective small business marketing tips to slash marketing expenses while increasing sales in a short period of time. Over one hundred proven strategies and methods for attracting new leads, increasing repeat sales, and generating unbeatable brand exposure for your business, no matter what situation the economy is in!
Join entrepreneur Ben Alexander in We Twist for Tips as he reflects on some of the greatest life lessons he learned on the journey to build a national business. In his story of trial and error, Ben takes readers on adventures from the quiet farms of New Jersey all the way to the busy streets of Taipei, showing that growth, progress and self-improvement can happen anywhere at any age. This book will keep you on your toes and inspire you no matter how young or how old you happen to be. Happy Twisting!
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Martin Manser has been a leading communication trainer for many years. His books on written communication have been on bestseller lists, and he has taught a range of courses at London College of Communication and at many global organisations.
Whether you are a first time office worker or a seasoned employee commencing work in a new organisation, 51 Tips for the New Office Employee provides useful information to help you identify and work within both the formal and informal office hierarchies of your new workplace. Ever wondered why some people get stuck at a particular level in an organisation? Why someone else is always offered the juicier project work, or why, for some reason, your work always seems to be at the bottom of your bosses pile for review? How come everyone knows the organisation's news before you do? This book will help you answer these questions and more. It is an ideal guide for new office employees looking to make a good first impression and a suggested gift for university, college and school leavers. Career success isn't about luck. It's about planning, self-awareness and gaining an understanding of the organisation so that you can position yourself to be the right person at the right place at the right time.
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