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Career Detection

Career Detection

Finding and Managing Your Career

This book is designed to help you work out what are the key elements of your career.  Also to know what success means to you, what you have to offer and how to go about putting your plan into action.  This book is particularly useful for people who wish to fully examine what to do with their career or what direction to take.  Again this book has a workbook approach with many built-in exercises to help you practically work out what is going on in your life.

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Brian McIvor

Brian McIvor has been involved in training and development since 1978 when the joined the...

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Brian McIvor is one of the most enthusiastic and creative career practitioners I know, This book is a systematic guide to finding the right career path, and managing life and work together as you follow it.

Reviewed by John Lees, author of 'How to Get a Job You'll Love'

…not everyone has the time or resources to employ their own career strategist. Through this book, readers have access to the author’s brilliant ideas and effective strategies. Finding a better job or career is essentially a research project. You have to become a good sleuth to ferret out the best opportunities. Brian shows you how to be your own career detective to find greater job satisfaction and quality of life.

Reviewed by Carol Christen, author of 'What Color Is Your Parachute for Teens'.

Such a useful, clear, step by step career guide! Like a good detective, Brian McIvor guides us through the labyrinth of career research helping us to make important discoveries along the way, this book will definitely be on my book shelf!

Reviewed by Andree Harpur, author of 'Work - Inspiration and Transformation'.

If you are NOT jumping out of bed on a Monday morning, clicking your heels together on your way to work, then this is the book for you. Brian has produced a comprehensive and practical set of career-planning exercises in one slim volume – this is career management for the 21st century in a nutshell.

Reviewed by Rowan Manahan, author of 'Where's My Oasis'

You are lucky, lucky, lucky to have this friend, and to have this book, to guide you through career planning, that you might enjoy a better life and live triumphantly, under skies sunny or stormy.

Reviewed by Richard Nelson Bolles, author of 'What Color is Your Parachute?'

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