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ISBN: 9781422120644
Per Boek Wijzer Auteur: Tamara J. Erickson

Taal: engels


As a member of Generation X - that thirty to forty-five age cohort your career path has been anything but easy. Dominated by hypercompetitive Boomers early in your career, you now face an invasion of idealistic Gen Y's. Add to that a recession that has triggered massive layoffs and kept many retirement-age Boomers in the workforce, and you face a tough question as you head into your midcareer life . . . what do you do now? In What's Next, Gen X?, Tamara Erickson identifies practical frameworks and tools you can use to determine how to achieve your personal definition of success at this point in your career and in the decades to come. Based on Erickson's extensive research and punctuated by the voices of many Gen X'ers, this book will show you how to:

Find work that aligns with your passions

Understand what makes Boomers and Y's tick—and work with them more productively

Spot and seize newly emerging professional opportunities

Develop a "cubicle exit plan" if corporate life is no longer for you

Assess your "fit" working with small businesses, nonprofits, or start-ups

Leverage unique "X'er" traits to become an effective leader

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  • library_books Kenmerken
    NUR 740
    Aantal pagina's 224 pagina's
    Auteur Tamara J. Erickson
    Bindwijze Hardcover
    Category Boeken
    Category Persoonlijke ontwikkeling
    Category Carrière
    Druk 1e druk
    Extra groot lettertype Nee
    Rubriekspad <Boeken><Persoonlijke ontwikkeling><Carrière>
    Illustraties Nee
    ISBN13 9781422120644
    Taal Engels
    Uitgever Harvard Business Review Press
    Verschijningsdatum december 2009
  • label Onderwerpen