HBR guide to changing your career : stop settling, explore possibilities, make the switchPublisher: Boston, M.A. : Harvard Business Review Press, 2018Description: 199 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781633693104.Subject(s): Careers | Professional development | Personal developmentOnline resources: Download as an eBook
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UNDERSTAND WHAT'S GOING ON: Reawakening your passion for work -- Why so many of us experience a midlife crisis. WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU WANT TO DO?: Developing a strategy for a life of meaningful labor -- Turn the job you have into the job you want -- Two ways to clarify your professional passions -- For career direction, use your imagination. IS CAREER CHANGE RIGHT FOR YOU?: Not taking risks is the riskiest career move of all -- Can you actually afford to change your career? -- How to stay stuck in the wrong career. GET GOING: Test-drive your path -- Research your destination with informational interviews -- Change your career without having to start all over again -- Turning your complex career path into a coherent story -- Use your LinkedIn profile to power a career transition -- A scorecard to help you compare two jobs -- How to build expertise in a new field. GET INSPIRED: Why you should have (at least) two careers at the same time -- Advice from a serial reinventor: an interview with Nilofer Merchant -- From accountant to yogi: making a radical career change.
Discusses how to chart a course and change your career. Looks at how to get an accurate picture of your existing abilities, create experiments that won't sabotage your current job, build new expertise, and land a new role.