HAPPY AT WORK? YOU CAN BE…
NEW ground-breaking book on managing your career that could change your working life
With so many people faced with career uncertainty the need to take control of your own career has never been more important. For the first time, in book format, individuals have the tools to do just that.
Corinne Mills, Managing Director of the UK’s leading career coaching ompany, based in Chalfont St Peter, Personal Career Management has written a totally new kind of career book, Career Coach.
“Career Coach is, I believe, a truly ground-breaking career book. For the first time, this book allows you direct access to career management techniques previously reserved for professional career consultants.”
Janet Sheath, Teaching Fellow, Birkbeck College, University of London
“Corinne Mills has distilled many years of expert career coaching into a very readable book that’s full of insights. A very useful, enjoyable and highly engaging book. Recommended reading for anyone looking to get ahead in their career.”
Rhymer Rigby, Financial Times Careerist Column
“If you want to be in charge of your own career – you must have this book”
Louisa Peacock, Jobs Editor, The Daily & Sunday Telegraph
As our working lives become increasingly complex, trying to reconcile our personal career aspirations with the demands of the job market means at some point we will all face change, confusion and opportunities.
It can be a very scary and isolating process. There is so much more to think about than simply writing a CV and applying for new jobs. Corinne Mills has spent the past 8 years building up the country’s top career coaching business. She and her team of coaches have helped thousands of people here and abroad find the job they really want. Now Corinne is using those techniques in her book so that anyone can benefit.
It’s been over 40 years since “What colour is my parachute’ hit the book market in the USA and introduced the world to career change. Career Coach takes the process to the next level, by providing a practical guide through the career management process and enabling the reader to make smart choices about their next job move with a thorough understanding about what makes them the person they are at work and what roles are best suited to them. By following this book people will no longer try and squeeze themselves into a job they aren’t suited for or struggle with the interview question “So why do you want the job?”
More Comments about ‘Career Coach’
“A must read if you want to gain a deeper understanding of your professional self and take your job seeking to the next level”
Kerry Eustice, Guardian Careers
“This book is a must-have for anybody at a crossroads in their career. If you’ve lost your sense of direction at work, then ‘Career Coach’ is the perfect book to get you thinking about where you want to go and the next steps to get there. Corinne Mills is a top career coach and if you can’t check in for a personal consultation, this book is the next best thing.”
James Brockett, News Editor, People Management
“It’s like having your own career coach with you every step of the way”
Michael Gentle, Monster
More about Corinne:
Corinne appears regularly as a careers expert on BBC News, On the Money, The Politics Show, Daybreak and BBC Radio 2 and Radio 5 Live. She also provides expert commentary and articles for the Guardian, Financial Times, Telegraph and People Management. Her first book, You’re Hired! How to Write a Brilliant CV, published by Trotman in 2009, became the bestselling CV book in the UK within weeks of launch and has remained there ever since.
If you would like to interview Corinne or would like more details on the above story, please contact either Vicky White at Personal Career Management on 01753 888 995, firstname.lastname@example.org or Rosie Runciman, Lilypad PR on 07792 348 032, email@example.com
Personal Career Management was established in 2003 and are the UK’s No.1 provider of career coaching and outplacement services, we have offices in London, Buckinghamshire & Birmingham. For more information visit www.personalcareermanagement.com