Milton, Ontario, 12th December, 2012 (PRWEB) December 14, 2012
Building a sound corporate career is getting more and more difficult in a challenging job market. Millions of young professionals around the world are continuously trying to figure out how to get a promotion. Graham Kingma's recent release 'Developing and Managing Your Career, What It Takes To Get That Promotion' may just offer them the competitive edge that they have been missing so far. It is true that there can be no quick fix formula to achieve a rewarding career. Graham's e-book provides several exercises that can dramatically enhance the chances of getting a promotion. The book is presently available on iTunes, Amazon and Kobo bookstores for $4.99. The Publisher, Imagen Corporation, has scheduled a book release party on New Years Eve, December 31st 2012 near Toronto, Ontario.
Career development books are nothing new these days; however, in 'Developing and Managing Your Career, What It Takes To Get That Promotion', Graham has made a sincere attempt to offer situation specific and real life suggestions that can be an asset for any ambitious young professional. To help readers achieve their much sought after promotion; he has covered several interesting topics in the book including career management, mastering job responsibilities, how acting like a leader can help you become one, knowing your own strengths and weakness, doing more than your role requires, dealing with a difficult boss, how to prepare and learn from the interview process and much more. Though this book is tailor-made for those entering the workforce, it can be an excellent resource for anyone looking to move to the next level.
Graham Kingma has had an illustrious career spanning over two decades, working with renowned organizations like WIND Mobile, TD Bank, Grocery Gateway, and Rogers Communications. He has helped several Fortune 500 and startup companies improve their operations, customer experience, and sales. Talking about his new e-book, Graham says, "The book is mainly aimed at those looking to improve their chances of getting that first promotion and generally improving their brand at work. It will be useful for those that are in the early stages of their careers, although I have had executives tell me it will help anyone at any level in their career journey. It's also a relatively short read but is longer and more effective if you complete all the recommended work exercises".
About the Author: For two decades, Graham has worked with startups and Fortune 500 companies to enhance their customer experience, operations and sales while taking a vested interest in helping employees develop and manage their careers. Graham has worked for organizations such as TD Bank, WIND Mobile, Rogers and Grocery Gateway and graduated with a B.A. in Law. Graham loves mentoring, is passionate about photography and enjoys time with his family most of all.