Get Ready, Get Set, Go!
A Personal Onboarding Plan to Launch Your Extraordinary Career, www.myextraordinarycareer.com
You can reach proficiency in your new position up to 40% faster if you prepare and follow a personal onboarding plan before “day one” on your new job. Arrive looking good and demonstrating the right attitude. Prepare yourself by completing activities to accelerate your performance early on the job. Get Ready Get Set Go! takes you through a step-by-step method (with active templates) for creating and implementing a plan customized for you. It’s easy to do. It’s fun, logical and powerful. Your managers will be surprised and pleased with your preparation. Get started now!
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From Day One
- From Day One: CEO Advice to Launch an Extraordinary Career, Pearson Prentice-Hall, (2005)
From Day One reveals the pragmatic wisdom and career-defining strategies that every college student should learn and that all young professionals must have on the first day and early on in their careers. From Day One is based on the tried-and-true experiences of the author, a former Chairman and CEO of a New York Stock Exchange-traded company and now a professor at Northwestern University and Kellogg School of Management. His corporate and academic achievements uniquely position him to speak directly to the target audience comprised of college students, recent graduates, graduate students and young professionals. The book contains unique and unconventional advice and strategies that college students, recent graduates and young professionals won’t find anywhere else.
Further, From Day One is based on the proven wisdom and real-world experience of top executives and business leaders based on exclusive interviews with the author. Based upon market research conducted by the author, college students and young professionals who want to learn from the best will invest in this book. The key message of From Day One is that success in business, and in life, does not come from focusing primarily on one’s own goals of getting ahead, climbing the proverbial ladder, out-maneuvering the competition, and being the survivor. Rather, success comes from putting the goals of the company or organization first, and making a measurable and meaningful contribution to achieving those goals... more