Yes For Career Success - What Really Matters For Young Professionals!
Create The Career Success You Desire!
Are you a highly talented high achiever?
Are you concerned about securing your career and your future?
Do you really know how to leverage your talent?
Are you prepared to say "Yes!" for your career success?
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"Wow! This book is jam packed with useful and practical strategies for young professionals wanting to take the next step up in their careers. In a time where young professionals are constantly asking for more mentoring and training, this book is the perfect do-it yourself manual to improve your employability."
Alicia Curtis is a high profile Young Professional and foundThe promotion er of the www.emergen.com
"What Really Matters For Young Professionals is a timely, easy to read and extremely practical book full of tips and strategies for young people. Gary Ryan has compiled a must-read blueprint for anyone under 30 who is looking to truly accelerate their career in this competitive age."
Michael McQueen is an expert on Generation Y, Professional Speaker and author of The 'New' Rules of Engagement
"This book is the definitive tool for young professionals with loads of expert knowledge who need to quickly develop high-level employability skills. It can also be used by managers and HR professionals for induction of their graduate recruits, or young at heart professionals willing to adjust to the contemporary workplace. If you want to succeed in the 21st century as a high-performing individual I recommend you read this book."
Renata Bernarde is a Relationship Manager and Career Counselor who has worked with thousands of Young Professionals
"Gary Ryan has written a book which caters for those of us who are lifelong learners and hungry for self improvement. Gary has a straightforward philosophy, intermingled with stories from his own life and theoretical underpinnings, that we are ultimately responsible to demonstrate leadership traits, irrespective of the positions we hold in our careers and with our families."
Gavin Sharp is an Organisational Psychologist who specialises in developing career strategy skills for people looking to advance their careers
"What Really Matters for Young Professionals! by Gary Ryan - Is clearly and concisely written. Like all "truths" that underpin the world we live in, which is what this book talks to, it is expressed simply but rich in meaning. I would encourage Young Professionals to keep this book at hand as the learning value will come form regular reading and re-reading and thereby allowing the principles to unfold iteratively. It is a book that very much lends itself to an ongoing refresh approach to personal development.
Also, the Young Professionals title can be deceptive. If you are more mature in your career but haven't been able to:
* Use stories to engage and lead people
* Identify and apply personal values in your "brand",
or you don't appreciate the strengths of healthy, or the limitations of poor mental models this book provides a richness of learning opportunity to enhance your leadership style and value.
This book has much to offer and I believe it will fall in with Covey's "Effective People" Maltz's "Cybernetics" and Carnegie's "Influencing people" as a periodic re-read for people who have committed themselves to ongoing self improvement.
Malcolm Deery (as appears on Amazon.com)
Malcolm is a senior executive for the Programmed Group
I look forward to working with you and helping you to achieve more success.
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