Career Bounce-Back!: The Professionals in Transition (TM) by J. Damian Birkel, Stacey J. Miller
By J. Damian Birkel, Stacey J. Miller
With task loss comes trauma. instead of brush off the mental and emotional results, the dislocated jobless needs to conquer the soreness in their loss, a very important step to repairing vainness and touchdown a brand new task. that is the message of the fast-growing, extensively acclaimed pros in Transition (PIT), the 1st nonprofit job-support application. Now the founding father of PIT outlines the group's step by step restoration software in occupation Bounce-Back! it truly is either an insightful self-help handbook and a pragmatic motion advisor of suggestions and methods. Readers will realize: ** motion steps and routines for handling job-loss grief ** job-hunting strategies, together with networking, uncovering hidden possibilities, and finessing interviews ** motivational and instructive examples of people that were helped by way of following the PIT software, and extra
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Will the funds be paid outright, or rolled over and disbursed to you on a certain date? How will vested stock options be handled? It's up to you, and you alone, to make sure you're properly compensated for your service to the company. PIT Trick: Make a packing list in advance, so that you'll remember to take what's most important when you leave the company. Saying a Proper Farewell While you're tying up logistical and financial loose ends, you also need to consider personal relationships. During your time with the company, you've been part of a professional network that may have included colleagues, associates, vendors, customers, clients, and the public.
The following people have had an exceptionally positive impact on me and my work: my parents, John and Kathleen Birkel; Marty, Carrie, and Kevin Birkel; Mush; Mary Ellen McWeeny; Mamie O'Rourke; Ann Griffen; Clay and Amy Hogan; Jerry Warren; Sam McCormick; Peter Carpenter; Richard Nelson Bolles; Martin Yate; Lenny Florence; Al Renna; Marcia Cole; Mike Vaughn; Gene Mabe; Leo Palda; George Schneider; Judd Esemen; Jack McAleer; Steve Anderson; Frank McNair; Alan Krivoshey; Brett Elliott; Ed Buechel; Bob Chamberlain; Brother Mike O'Grady; Sister Edward Francis; Father Jim Caddy; Father Jim Solari; Sister Joan Pearson; Bill and Marie Pearson; Roseann Zech; Mike Lee; Kent and Elsa McKeithan; Earl Nightengale; Norman Vincent Peale; Dale Carnegie; Robert Schuller; and Scott Hall.
Special thanks to Tom O'Neil and Alex Saenz for being the catalysts that made Career Bounce-Back! happen, and to Mary Glenn. My gratitude also to John P. , and Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, who believed in this project from its inceptionthank you both for helping me when I needed it the most. Also, my sincere appreciation goes to Steven Bennett for his support and help with developing the manuscript. And thanks to Barbara Thornton, a consultant at Lexington, Massachusetts-based Willmott & Associates, for her feedback on Chapter One.