Surviving and Thriving
- How do I keep my dignity and self-esteem through the process of being given the news? How do I get the best possible deal and exit with aplomb?
- How much will it matter to a new employer that I have been made redundant?
- What is the best way of seizing the opportunity to redesign my life and career?
- What about money worries while Iâ€™m looking for a new job?
- How much do social media matter in job-searching? Which job-search techniques really work and which are a waste of time?
- What about freelance and interim work?
Table of ContentsForeword by Cary L. Cooper About the author Acknowledgements Introduction Ten top tips for managing redundancy 1. The shock Why redundancy hurts and how to shorten the time to adjustment 2. Emergency advice How and why it is so important to protect your reputation and well-being during the immediate process of being given the news; how to exit with grace 3. Getting help Finding a range of helpers and getting the most out of them 4. How did this happen? Understanding why redundancy has happened, including what individuals may have contributed 5. Follow the money Working out where your money is going; implementing a 'Scrimper's Charter' 6. What you want, what you offer Why it matters it see yourself as a brand. Assessing your whole life not just work, identifying what a dream job would look like 7. Thinking beyond your taken-for-granteds The importance of not getting stuck on fixed ideas about your next job; where and how you might compromise 8. Job-search: what really works Getting past unhelpful myths about job search. How to understand and exploit the informal jobs market; using social media 9. Powerful CVs The role of a CV in job-search, and how to construct a CV that has impact 10. Secrets of success at the interview De-mystifying the job interview; understanding the process from the employer's perspective; managing nervousness; preparation that counts 11. The alternative life Exploring new types of career and life: freelance, interim and portfolio working
Number Of Pages: 264
Published: 1st February 2014
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 9.0 x 6.0 x 0.5
Weight (kg): 0.75
Edition Number: 1
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