Navigating Your Career : 5 Steps to Success in the New World of Work
The world of work has never been as difficult or complicated as it is right now -and yet there have never been as many opportunities. If you know what you're looking for, and sure of how to position yourself in a competitive job market, there are ways for you to find your dream job - and not only for the short term: you can actually spend every day of your life doing something that you love and which contributes to the world. It all starts with a radical mindset shift: treat your career as a journey to be navigated and then follow Graeme Codrington and Kerry Dawkins' five steps for lifelong job satisfaction. This is not a quick-fix solution; it will require hard work and focus to become a successful career navigator. You can start your journey down a fulfilling and rewarding career path today. Don't delay. Start now.
- Paperback | 164 pages
- 155 x 214 x 13mm | 215g
- 27 Sep 2012
- Penguin Books (SA) (Pty) Ltd
- The Penguin Group (SA) (Pty) Ltd
- Parklands, South Africa
About Graeme Codrington
Kerry Dawkins is a career development specialist. As founder of Potential at Work, a consultancy specialising in engagement and development solutions, she provides mentoring services to all levels of employees. Kerry holds a BComm (Hons) MBA, as well as two other degrees. She is the careers expert for both Career Junction and SA Careers Focus, and has established the Association of Career Coaches and Advisors. Graeme Codrington is a researcher, futurist, speaker, board advisor and recognised expert on the new world of work. He speaks to over 100,000 people in more than 20 countries every year, and operates from bases in London and Johannesburg. He is the co-founder and international partner of Tomorrow Today, a strategy consulting company. Graeme has a Doctorate in Business Administration, as well as another four degrees. He has authored three books, all published by Penguin, including the bestselling Mind the Gap (updated 2011) and Future-proof Your Child (2008).