NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Jan. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Successful careers don't just happen. They are planned and adjusted. Managing a long career is hard work. In his book New Directions, author James Ward offers readers strategies for success at every career stage. Ward turns his thirty years of professional coaching and HR experience, and first hand observations of a changing business landscape into actionable career strategies. New Directions provides the tools necessary to excel in today's shifting professional world.
Just released by Greenleaf Book Group, New Directions is available in both print form and digital though Amazon books. The book can also be found at Hudson bookstores, Barnes & Noble and independent book retailers.
Amazon 5 star customer reviews:
"Read this book. NOW! This comprehensive and thoughtful work is a timely reminder that each of us control our own future. The author's focus on a "self-managed career" is spot on in today's environment and his urging for us to be "mindful and prepared" are principles we all should take to heart"
"This book is a MUST read for anyone considering their first job or for an established professional making a move due to layoff or career change. It will guide the entry level individual on how to choose a career path, how to network and interview. I found it to be a very positive resource as I was considering a change in my career path after almost 40 years"
About the author: Jim Ward, MA, PCC, is a seasoned human resources executive and professional coach with over thirty years' experience working with individuals and corporations to solve their business and human capital issues. His company, New Directions Consulting, provides coaching and HR consulting strategies to corporations and individuals. He can be reached at www.new-directions.org or at email@example.com.
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