Robert L. Dilenschneider: 50 Plus Critical Career Decisions for the Rest of Your Life

Phenomenon of mid career and older workers who are faced with making job changes in the midst of a rapidly changing economyLet me start my look at this book by telling a story that matches Dilenschneider s theme. Yourself for a winning interviewWhether you intend to find a new career irection grow within the field you know start your own business or are finally ready to realize a long held ream this inspiring and fact filled guide provides a game plan for successThe best career advice you can get from one of the best in the business from the Foreword by Lou Dobb.

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I received this book as a First Read Most of what it had to say was common sense It idn t really offer anything new so it s pretty much interchangeable with any other career tip book Audio via Kindle on rive. Practical with an inspirational flair Dilenschneider offers wise words Valuable reading The New York TimesAge Is No Barrier to SuccessThe rules of the business world are being rewritten again and Americans over 50 need to refresh their skill sets to meet the challenge of competing in a changing job market Renowned workplace communications expert Robert L

Had some good points Also many that idn t apply Good book with a plenty of practical advise Read my full review here I am Textbook of Wisdom definitely 50 plus and have never stopped working The book 50 Pluseals with the new. Ilenschneider has completely revised and updated this indispensable guide to getting ahead in today's volatile economy 50 Plus offers essential guidance to help those at or near the mature stage of their careers In these pages you'll learn how to Use new technology platforms effectively to find your next job Master emerging communications tools to position.

Robert L Dilenschneider founder and CEO of The Dilenschneider Group is one of the world's foremost communication gurus and leadership coaches Dilenschneider started in public relations in 1967 in New York