Philadelphia (PRWEB) October 18, 2013
With the fluctuating economy and the drastically changing society, there is a higher probability to experience job loss. Downsizings, layoffs and joblessness are a working man’s nightmare. Taking this into account, Dona Woodley-Davis, M. Ed. offers Tips from your Job Coach, a practical handbook for job-hunters and career-changers in the ultramodern employment world.
A workbook and textbook in one, this book provides effective, up-to-date strategies through critical thinking activities. A book recommended for individuals looking for their first job, switching careers, or re-entering the workforce, it intends to assist individuals in determining their marketable skills and abilities to smoothly springboard them to their desired careers even with the tough competition out there. It guides them with current job market tips, guidelines and updates which include advice on writing cover letters and resumes, organizing portfolios, preparing for interviews, and many other aspects of the job hunt. One will gain a deeper understanding of legal and illegal interview questions and the knowledge of what employers want and expect from employees.
A guide for individuals who are on the hunt for their ideal career, Tips from your Job Coach provides fundamental tips and strategies, as well as realistic objectives and tools, to help them start highly motivating and rewarding careers.
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About the Author
Dona Woodley-Davis is a life coach who specializes in working holistically with those who desire an integration of life and work, as opposed to just finding a job. She believes that finding work that expresses your unique talents, passions and personality combined with well-planned actions, creates amazing results. Contact Ms. Davis via email at dona(at)coachdona(dot)com.
Tips from your Job Coach * by Dona Woodley-Davis M. Ed.
A Strategic Guide For Employment Seekers
Publication Date: May 6, 2010
Picture Book; $41.99; 70 pages; 978-1-4500-7871-9
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