Not Your Parents' Workplace

Not Your Parents' Workplace : Critical Lessons for Interns and Young Professionals

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Millennials are walking into a very different business environment than the one in which our parents worked. We can't rely on the stability of a linear career path within a single company. To be successful in this new world, we must take a proactive approach to managing our careers. Not Your Parents' Workplace shares an intimate account of the highs and lows I've experienced as a young professional, including what it was like to go through the largest bankruptcy in history and how I bounced back from getting laid off. But more importantly, it teaches insightful lessons that will help you find your dream job and be successful in your career. I've always been passionate about career management. Throughout the years I've helped countless people develop the skills they've needed to find a great job. Through personal experience and the experiences of others, I've learned what it takes to succeed. I believe the stories and lessons shared in this book will help interns and young professionals learn how to proactively manage their careers and find success in the new business world.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 190 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 11mm | 213g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150788737X
  • 9781507887370

About Nathan Tanner

Nathan Tanner is currently an MBA student at Brigham Young University where he focuses on organizational behavior and HR management, and serves as a LinkedIn Ambassador. Prior to business school, Nathan worked several years as an investment banker, advising high-growth technology companies, and as a financial advisor, managing the financial affairs of high-net worth individuals. Nathan lives in Utah with his wife, Whitney, and their two children, but will be moving to the San Francisco Bay Area upon graduation.show more

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