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Make It Work

Make It Work

Learn how to stay where you are and do what energizes and engages you with this sophisticated yet profoundly practical guide to career fulfillment.

Make It Work delivers expert advice and dozens of smart, easy-to-use tools to help you discover your passions, choose a direction, practice new skills, and do what you love to do-every day.
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Genre: Health & Personal Development / Self-help & Personal Development / Advice On Careers & Achieving Success

On Sale: 8th March 2005

Price: £14.99

ISBN-13: 9780891062080


The authors have a wonderful message: Stop looking for those greener pastures—they may be astroturf! Look inside first. A very important message for the impending talent war.
Beverly L. Kaye, CEO/Founder, Career Systems International; author, Love It, Don’t Leave It, Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em, and Up Is Not the Only Way
Thank heavens! Every so often someone touches the pulse of the professional world and writes a book virtually everyone needs to read. Read this book, practice the principles, and you will flourish.
Robert E. Quinn, M. E. Tracy Chair of Organization and Management, University of Michigan; author, Deep Change and Building the Bridge as You Walk on It
Make It Work puts the career management process in proper perspective: The necessary change is within you.
Stephen Dowdall, Director of School Advancement, The Shlenker School
Check out "Make It Work." Frodsham and Gargiulo make important point, if you love what you're doing, it isn't work.
Los Angeles Times
Helpful volume for anyone who may have lost the enthusiasm he or she once had for work.
Office Pro
Make it Work stands above many other "find your perfect career" schemes.
Norman Transcript
Offers an exciting new perspective on the problems of the workplace.
Soundview Executive Book Summaries
Shows how to carve out a career niche—without leaving their organization. That's the most valuable lesson, given the sluggish economy.
T&D Magazine