Are you an introvert struggling to find a job or to advance your career? Or an extrovert willing to be more effective in your job search? A student ready to enter the workforce who doesn’t know how to access the hidden job market?
The book ” Introverts: Leverage Your Strengths for an Effective Job Search” comes to your rescue!
In her international bestselling book, Gabriela Casineanu shares her knowledge and the experience accumulated in over 10 years of coaching and employment counselling. By using the concepts and techniques presented in this book, she was able to help more than 1200 job seekers and people looking to advance in their careers. An introvert herself, Gabriela navigated successfully several career transitions: engineering, IT, quality assurance, program coordination, coaching, training, employment counselling and entrepreneurship.
What you’ll find in the book?
- A more holistic approach to job search, shedding light on some useful areas that are usually overlooked
- How introverts’ strengths can be applied to the job search process, to make it more effective
- Self-reflection exercises helping the readers to better understand themselves and create a specific job search strategy catered to their needs, preferences, and goals
- Real stories of successful job seekers who used the concepts and strategies presented in this book
- Useful techniques for resume writing, and interview tips for introverts
- 21 effective strategies, including LinkedIn, to tap into the hidden job market
- How to use the new position as a platform to prepare the next career step.
What readers say about this book:
I’ve had some incredible personal growth from this book. The patterns that emerged from the exercises are enlightening. I have a job interview this week for a short-term goal job. Just knowing that my next job needs to prepare me for my long-term objective was a revelation. But even more amazing is that as I dig through my documents and journals to fill out the company’s application, I find the same personal drivers and frustrations every time I look for a new job. I’m finally saying “enough is enough”. Without this book, I’d probably go back to the same bad-fit, stress-filled, long-commute type of job. So a heartfelt thank you. – Amy B.
I have been a big fan of this book ever since I read the first chapter. I love the fact that it is not your ordinary book “be motivated – find your dream job just by dreaming about it”.
Instead it’s a hands on practical book with excellent exercises that really answers your questions about your aptitudes, capabilities, strategies and most importantly your career.
And it’s a greatly structured book: each part is a great complement to the others and offers more and more pieces to a puzzle in a unique and efficient way.
I loved the wheel of job search – this is the part that actually opens your eyes towards a new approach in job search instead of the classic “send resume, wait for a reply”.
And when you think this is great, here come the actual job strategies! I wish someone taught me these strategies in high school: what works, what doesn’t, and what is a great fit for each individual personality. Yes, they are that good!
Let’s face it: you do need to learn how to look for a job that will truly contribute to your career and to your happiness, and Gabriela writes in such a way that you think the book is really written with a special dedication to you.
What I learned helped me tremendously with my job search! I applied a few strategies I thought were best suited for me, and in the end I stood out in a pool of applicants and ended up obtaining that great job.” – Natalia B.
Whether you’re looking for a job for the first time or you already have some work experience, this book will help you take charge and accelerate your job search based on your strength. Isn’t this what you want?
You can get a copy of this book “: Introverts: Leverage Your Strengths for an Effective Job Search ” on Amazon, in both ebook and paperback format.
For more information about the author visit her website at GabrielaCasineanu.com