Your first years of work are critical. You need to quickly build your skills and navigate your career path. Inspire Your Career: Strategies for Success in Your First Years at Work helps readers fast track their way to a successful career.This down-to-earth, insightful book will provide readers with: * Advice on a wide range of topics, such as: how to find mentors, how to build a network and how to deal with conflict; * Opportunities to reflect and learn more about themselves; * A summary of helpful tips at the end of each chapter; and * Practical examples and illustrative stories throughout the book.Inspire Your Career will empower and inspire you to discover your greatest potential at work.
About the author
By age 30, Patricia Barbato was a partner in a professional services firm, a volunteer board chair for a children`s charity and a college instructor. She has held progressively senior leadership roles, including President and CEO. Patricia has mentored hundreds of people through career-related group sessions â” demonstrating her passion for helping others reach their greatest potential. Patricia is a recognized authority and sought-after speaker on topics such as leadership through self awareness, mentoring and the power of passion.
"In the increasingly diverse workplace of the twenty-first century, this seminal book provides a treasure trove of practical advice for success. Inspire Your Career is a must-read for the leaders of today and tomorrow." -- Dr. J. Colin Dodds, President, St. Mary's University"I wish I had this book 20 years ago! Inspire Your Career lays the blueprint for career success. This is an essential reference guide that will help you make the most of your career. Everyone entering the workplace should have it." -- Kate Temby, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs JBWere"Young people are looking for meaning and happiness to accompany their first paycheque. Inspire Your Career provides career advice designed to help you find more than just material success. Through its empowering and practical lessons, readers will find inspiration as they embark on their careers." -- Marc Kielburger, Co-Founder, Free the Children; Director, Me to We