A Practical Guide for Mastering Personal Development and Employment Success in the 21st Century
In a period of economic instability and job uncertainty, it is of the utmost importance to know how to think strategically about your personal development in order to ensure success in the 21st-century work environment. Global, lifelong learning professional and seasoned trainer Rashid Brown brings his expertise to readers in his new work-based learning guidebook, Careergonomics: A Practical Guide for Mastering Personal Development and Employment Success in the 21st Century (published by AuthorHouse)
Comprehensive and accessible, Careergonomics delves into such topics as the state of employment today, strategic career planning, interview skills, and understanding and negotiating salaries. Each of the chapters is geared towards educating readers on how to play an active role in identifying and shaping their own work, leisure, abilities, interests, needs and values as well as self-development in terms of career or lifelong achievement in the workplace.
Careergonomics integrates information literacy with current studies, surveys, research and development, abstracts, articles and computer testing to aid all career-seekers in identifying limitless profession potential, career growth and personal and professional development opportunities. Careergonomics will:
Educate readers on how to play an active role in self-development in terms of career
Assist readers in developing a personal concept of career construction by relating developmental tasks, vocational transitions and individual knowledge, skills
Help readers understand, adapt and connect to the employer’s perception and expectation as well as understand the professional and technical skills needed to succeed in the changing workforce or marketplace
Increase productivity, motivation, leadership and employability
Ideal for students, professionals, schools and policy-makers, Careergonomics injects personal responsibility into workforce effectiveness and job satisfaction, providing readers with the ability to take personal ownership of their career and life and become the person they want to be fulfilling their passion and purpose.
Rashid Brown is a youth educator, scholar, strategist, business/financial coach, workforce expert and activist. He has worked more than 20 years as a management professional and is recognized by the National Registry of CPE Sponsors of the National Association of the State Board of Accountancy. Brown is recipient of the Who's Who Black Atlanta, Legacy of Excellence Award, Congressional Merit of Honor, Madison Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals, and Cambridge Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals “Honors Edition.” He is also a professional member of the National Career Development Association, American Society of Training and Development, Society of Technical Communicators, the National Association of Community Rehabilitation Educators and others. Brown is the CEO/Managing Consultant of Kingdom Fortunes Development Group, named 2012 Who's Who Black Atlanta and 2011 Best of Business Award for Consulting in Atlanta by the Small Business Community Association, is a privately-held, executive leadership training and development consulting management company based in Atlanta, specializing in personal and organizational development, transformation training and competency modeling helping students, emerging leaders, teacher educators, administrators, educational institutions, nonprofits and businesses to be their personal best. For more information about Rashid Brown: http://rashidbrown.com or via phone, 404-855-0739.