• Management & management techniques
      August 2017

      Leadership Matters

      7 Skills of Very Successful Leaders

      by David Pich and Ann Messenger

      Leadership Matters is packed with ideas, research and practical advice for aspiring leaders in Australia and worldwide. It will keep you thinking long after you have finished reading. Authors David Pich and Ann Messenger, together with

    • March 2018

      Give Back, Lead Forward

      Why Every Leader should be a Mentor and have a Mentor

      by Julian Carle

      Give Back. Lead Forward by Julian Carle provides a practical framework that demonstrates why every leader should be a mentor and have a mentor. If you are a leader looking to become a mentor then this book highlights not only how to go about i

    • Children's & YA

      Amazing Career Series·Night at Convenience Store

      by Zheng Chunhua

      “Fantastic Picture Books • Amazing Career Series” is a new attempt in the field

    • Children's & YA

      Amazing Career Series·Auntie Ball 's Yard

      by Zheng Chunhua

      “Amazing Picture Books • Amazing Career Series” is a new attempt in the field of

    • Children's & YA

      Amazing Career Series·Big Broom in Town

      by Zheng Chunhua

      “Amazing Picture Books • Amazing Career Series” is a new attempt in the field of

    • Children's & YA

      Amazing Career Series·Gold Medal Postman

      by Zheng Chunhua

      “Amazing Picture Books • Amazing Career Series” is a new attempt in the field of

    • Business, Economics & Law
      April 2019

      The Dynamic Leader

      Become the leader others are inspired to follow

      by Shelley Flett

      The Dynamic Leader is the leader the author wishes she’d had to follow. It is the leader readers can become and who others will aspire to follow. Approaching leadership with a ‘task’ focus means your interest is

    • Business, Economics & Law
      June 2019

      Leading Well

      7 attributes of very successful leaders

      by David Pich and Ann Messenger

      Leading Well is a leadership inspiration book focused on leadership, not leaders. Leadership inspiration is too often attributed to the idea of a leadership genius – one saintly figure who personifies all the virtues of leadershi

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      November 2018

      Bridge That Gap!

      How Schools Can Help Students Get Their First Job And Build The Career They Want

      by Angela Middleton

      Bridge That Gap! How Schools Can Help Students Get Their First Job and Build the Career They Want by Angela Middleton is a thoughtful and insightful book that will be of invaluable assistance to teachers who really care about the futures of their pupils.

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      February 2019

      Her Way To The Top

      The Glass Ceiling Is Thicker Than It Looks

      by Hira Ali

      Award-winning Hira Ali examines the myriad of challenges women face on their road to professional success. Informed by her 13 years of coaching experience and survey responses from 300 working women, she reveals the universal internal and external road

    • Business, Economics & Law
      April 2019

      Future Fit

      How to stay relevant and competitive in the future of work

      by Andrea Clarke

      ANDREA CLARKE spent first the part of her working life as a TV news reporter for Al Jazeera English, the Pentagon Channel, the Seven Network and Reuters, covering major news events including the US Presidential Election, the Virginia Tech campus shooting and Hurricane Katrina. Until… she started to realise what the future of work would look like in her profession. She was no longer reading the newspapers herself or watching the 6pm news, so she knew she had to make a career change. When you read Future Fit, you will realise that Andrea Clarke is adaptable and resilient – in fact she possesses all of the eight strengths that she writes about in her book: Personal brand, Adaptability, Communication, Networking, Creativity, Problem-solving, Leadership and Lifelong learning. According to Andrea Clarke, founder of CareerCEO and creator of its Future of Work Program, we all need a new kind of job security. Around the world, the nature of work and business is on the move. Digital disruption, globalisation and the casualisation of the workforce is drastically re-shaping the way we live and how we do business. Leading management consulting firms agree that we can expect significant job disruption across all industries. But, they also agree that human skills will always be in demand. In fact, they won’t be just in demand, it’s widely acknowledged that it’s the ‘human’ skills that will enable us to not just survive the pending disruption but thrive in the age of accelerations. In her fascinating new book, which starts with the author’s memories of flying into wartime Baghdad, you will learn how to acquire the following skills to become future fit in the workplace: The only job security we have is that which we create by exploring each of these human skills which will help us all lean towards change and become an asset to ourselves and the company we work for, instead of a liability.

    • Education

      Career Development in Childhood and Adolescence 

      by Skorikov, V. B.  

      In the past few years, many career theorists have noted the dearth of literature in the area of career development in childhood and adolescence. A growing need for integrating theory and research on the early stages of vocational development within a syst

    • Education

      Vocational Psychological and Organisational Perspectives on Career

      by Collin, A.

      it has long been lamented that, although several disciplines contribute to career scholarship, they work in isolation from one another, thus denying career theory, research, and practice the benefits that multidisciplinary collaboration would bring. This

    • Education

      Teacher Career Motivation and Professional Development in Special and Inclusive Education in China

      by Feng, Y.

      Using autobiographical accounts acquired from her extensive career in education, the author has explored the multi-faceted influences on teacher career motivation and professional development in special and inclusive education in China. The social realit

    • Education

      Social Constructionism in Vocational Psychology and Career Development

      by McIlveen, P.

      "The contemporary world-of-work makes demands upon the field of career development and vocational psychology to ensure that theories and practices retain their relevance amidst the complexity of work and learning in people's lives. Social Constructionism

    • December 2014

      Improving New York and the World’s Schools: Dr. Green’s Prescriptions

      Perspectives, Ideas & Remedies from Scholars and Educators in London, Guam, Jamaica, Kuwait, and Trinidad & Tobago

      by Rupert Green

    • January 2015

      Emotional Intelligence, Career Decision Making, and Student Retention

      The relationship between Emotional Intelligence, Career Decision Making Difficulties and Student Retention

      by Daniel Wiljanen

    • April 2015

      Psychosocial Problems of Dual Career Women

      A Comparative Study of Different Occupations

      by Shamima Haque

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