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Starting From Scratch - Managing Change Like Your Career Depends On It - cover

Starting From Scratch - Managing Change Like Your Career Depends On It

Osnat Benari

Publisher: Advantage Media Group

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Summary

Mergers. Layoffs. Management shifts.They’re unavoidable in today’s working world. But major change doesn’t have to derail your career, let alone your life. In fact, if you know how to handle these inevitable bumps in the road, you can find incredible opportunities for growth hiding behind the uncertainty. This book will show you how. Guiding you step by step through the process of starting from scratch, this book is a toolkit, packed with everything you need to make change work for you. You’ll learn how to grow your knowledge, build your resilience, connect with the right kind of support, recognize when change is coming, design your role model, step into her shoes, and manage your mental health along the way.
Available since: 01/03/2023.
Print length: 214 pages.

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