A Revolutionary, Life-Long Career Resource Is Now Available Online to Students and Top-Level Executives Alike

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Embrace Your Career Journey – "Chart Your Course" Is The A to Z of Career Building and Job Searching.

The A to Z of Career Building and Job Searching

The A to Z of Career Building and Job Searching

While there are plenty of books about each one separately, none that makes this a seamless process. CYC puts it all together so that the how-to steps are now combined in one complete resource.

As many educators and business professionals can attest, having the required skill set and experience is only the start in allowing you to effectively pursue your career and life’s ambitions. Why leave it to chance when a series of dedicated steps can lead you on a fulfilling path to reach never imagined milestones along your journey? Author Dorothy Billingsly Rado has found that by intently applying proven building blocks to your everyday life, your dream job awaits.

Visit the newly launched Chart Your Course website which expounds upon her recently published book, "Chart Your Course: An Uncommon Approach to Career Building". Dorothy Billingsly Rado fills the gap – allowing career building and job searching to join hands. While there are plenty of books about each one separately, none that makes this a seamless process. CYC puts it all together so that the how-to steps are now combined in one complete resource.

Through more than 30 years of experience in Executive Search, Dorothy has recruited thousands of people and worked alongside them to shape successful careers. She has worked with job-seekers from all walks of life who were lacking that one, key piece of the job success puzzle. Chart Your Course is that missing piece – the co-pilot that helps guide you, no matter where you are on your career journey.

CYC provides everyone with insights into career strategies including guidance with resume, interviewing and networking skills. Even though the book is directed at the job-seeker, people at any age, from any background, and in any circumstance can reap the benefits of potentially never needing to look for a job again.

The roadmap in CYC begins where other career-oriented books never seem to – at the beginning where some pretty important decisions and attitudes are formed. Once the foundation is in place, the step-by-step map, presented in a series of practices and experiments in “building block” style, builds as each chapter continues. CYC is acclaimed by thousands as the “all-in-one” resource that continues to make significant contributions to their lives and careers.

Through her experience in Executive Search, Dorothy knows very well how uniqueness can prevail and how valuable it is to cultivate an understanding of oneself along with the ability to set one’s own direction. Whether you’re hunting your first job or your last one, whether you’re seeking greater work/life balance, pivoting to a new career, or simply looking to refresh your resume, Chart Your Course delivers.

Visit the brand-new mobile-friendly Chart Your Course website for a listing of ongoing University Classes, Workshops, Group Coaching and Idea Exchanges. As previously released by St. Cloud State University, free CYC on-line classes are available at http://www.scsutraining.com/chartyourcourse.

About the Author:
Dorothy Billingsly Rado received her MBA in 1985. A successful senior level retained executive search consultant, she served at the Partner level of some of the world’s most prestigious firms. For over 15 years she has served as CEO of Billingsly Associates, LLC. She is an author, speaker, teacher, workshop facilitator and a career coach. Dorothy lives in the Tampa Bay Area with her husband and two cats. This book represents a concise approach to her life’s journey written for high school and university students, the early careerist and experienced professionals alike.

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