How to Keep Your Cool If You Lose Your Job
A Workbook for Surviving Redundancy
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|Format:||Paperback, 200 pages|
|Other Information: ||illustrations|
|Published In: ||New Zealand, 17 July 2009|
Ten crucial tips for surviving redundancy: the perfect guide for the redundant employee. Downsize,Smartsize, Outplacement, Restructuring ...No matter what you call it, the end result is the same ...the loss of a job. With the world stuck in economic turmoil and uncertainty, employees everywhere have to prepare and cope with the fallout. This timely, up-to-the-minute and practical workbook charts a course through the unknown. In a clearly written style, Kathryn takes the reader through the three main sections of the workbook: Review, Plan, Act. She lists essential resources such as relevant book titles, websites and online tools, and provides guidance on selecting a professional coach, as well as a daily planner template and exercises. The many case studies emphasise her point that the redundancy experience and preferred outcomes are different for every individual. This essential workbook is peppered with helpful charts, worksheets, graphs and diagrams, and is packed with useful information. The reader is introduced to ten crucial tips for surviving redundancy: keep your cool; don't take it personally; get professional support; lay the foundations; get structured; take your time; get flexible; take action; tell people; stay positive. Regular 'sound bites' inspire and buoy up the readers' morale. With a foreword by international bestselling author John Lees (published by McGraw Hill), How to Keep Your Cool if You Lose Your Job is an essential, hands-on guide for anyone fearing redundancy.
About the Author
Kathryn Jackson lives in Christchurch, New Zealand, with her husband. She is an Executive member of the International Coach Federation in Canterbury and provides pro bono coaching to the KEA Community Trust in Christchurch. Kathryn has her own career coaching business and a lot of experience with redundancies. She has also had many articles published.
|Publisher: ||Longacre Press|
|Dimensions: ||23.0 x 15.0 centimeters (0.28 kg)|