Change is occurring at a dizzying rate for enterprises and managers. Partly owing to technology, competition, and changing demographics, adjusting to change is becoming an essential part of a manager′s life. Without the ability to grow, meet the demands of a changing job market, overcome negative attitudes, and procure the resources needed to perform their jobs, executives may fall short of attaining personal and career success. Explores the major obstacles to career success and offers practical advice to managers facing traumatic change. Through creative and positive thinking, an ability to expect, prepare for, and manage change, a clear vision of what really counts at work and at home, and a strategic career plan to set meaningful, progressive goals in life, executives can overcome whatever obstacles they face on the “road of life”.
Executive Development – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 1995
Keywords: Careers; Career planning; Goals
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