People often assume that you have an abundance of free time when you’re job hunting. They figure you’re either phoning it in at a current employer or channel surfing in a bathrobe. The truth, however, is that searching for a new gig or vying for a key promotion is a full-time role in itself.
The HR Guide to Getting and Crushing Your Dream Job was written for busy high performers who want to quickly advance their careers. It leverages two decades of human resources and business experience, and is packed with over a hundred exercises that provide specific, easily applied actions to help you achieve your career aspirations.
Whether you’re a fresh graduate or an experienced professional, The HR Guide to Getting and Crushing Your Dream Job can help you. It offers an inside look at how Human Resources and managers make decisions on everything from hiring and promotions to doling out special projects and career-advancing assignments.
If you’re looking to change jobs, switch careers, or simply expedite your climb up the corporate ladder, The HR Guide to Getting and Crushing Your Dream Job offers the inside scoop on how to advance your career while balancing your life.
Most career books take one of two approaches: They provide theoretical frameworks that are difficult to apply or they offer cookie-cutter answers to a series of stock interview questions that, in reality, rarely get asked. The Introvert’s Guide to Job Hunting provides a flexible, easy-to-follow process for selecting or affirming your career goal, crafting a rock star resume that sets you apart from the competition, and enabling you to confidently navigate the interview and negotiation processes. It also offers the perspective of top-notch career coaches, headhunters, and assessment experts.
The Introvert’s Guide to Job Hunting crosses experience levels, industries, and geographic boundaries. Whether you are an experienced professional seeking the next level, a career changer, or a recent graduate just getting started, it can help you achieve your goals. While this book specifically targets introverts, it also provides tips and techniques for job seekers who view themselves as more extroverted.