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A Definitive Guidebook to help you succeed in making your next career or job move.

If you are about to make your next career move, facing redundancy, or just considering looking around then this book is a must for you.

Easy to read, no nonsense approach to help you kickstart your job search. 80 pages full of practical tips, advice and help to demystify the whole job process.

Written by a professional Career Coach this book features all the latest thinking and best practice help with Cv development, Interview skills, tough questions, uncovering hidden jobs, - it's all here in one easy to read book.


About the Author

Glenn Steward

Glenn Steward has over 30 years successful experience as a Career and Business Coach, Management Consultant and International Marketing Director.

His comprehensive track record includes Consultancy assignments for major global blue chip organisations, with previous senior international corporate roles at Diageo, WRPO, Seagram and Duracell.

Glenn has over 1,000 hours successful experience as an impactful Career and Business coach, and currently coaches individuals from a variety of business sectors who are looking to make their next career move.

He graduated with an Honours degree in Psychology and is completing an MBA from Edinburgh Business School.

Publish Date  March 20, 2010

Dimensions  Pocket  82 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Business

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Comments (4) Write a comment


petergray says

How refreshing to come across a book that is easy to read yet contains plenty of sound advice based on practical experience. There is no reason for anyone not to read this.

posted at 08:03am Mar 31 PST


sunreports says

'Who moved my cheese?' was the definitive guide for those trying to cope with changing corporate environments; 'The Best Time to Plant a Tree' is the definitive guide for those who fancy a change of diet.

posted at 12:30pm Mar 24 PST


MarcusAdams says

This is clear, concise and to the point. It offers sound, no nonsense advice that is easy to put into practice. Invaluable to all of those who are looking to develop our careers.

posted at 07:20am Mar 24 PST


Gwatkin says

This is essential reading for those looking to advance their careers. It's well-structured, concise and full of insider tips on how to get to the next rung of the professional ladder. Highly recommended.

posted at 04:47am Mar 24 PST


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