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The Pie Method for Career Success: A Unique Way to Find Your Ideal Job (Anglais) Broché – janvier 1995

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Be strategic and pragmatic, and get a great job ! 18 juillet 1998
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Format: Broché
Interesting jobs are not available in classified. Firstly most jobs available are not advertized. Second, you will work much better in a position that suits your abilities. This is precisely the starting point of the PIE method developed in this book.
Especially for long-term unemployed managers (as we have in Europe), one needs to pick targets, and approach them with a methodology to discover job opportunities after listening to the company's needs. Thus you are sure to value your experience rather than your knowledge, which can possibly lead you to change domain and/or job. Based on the match between one's strengths and a firm's hidden positions, the approach of Daniel POROT is destined to entrepreneurs and people who are chasing with method.
On the way, the process helps the person to rebuild confidence (part of the recommendations involve working out the approach of target companies with other job-seekers). The approach proved very useful to scores of job-hunter! s who questioned their own capabilities on the way. It works also fine for self-outplacement.
The method proposed by D. Porot is based on methodologies developed by Research institutions (such as Standford Univ.) along the years with large corporations. So one must consider the book as the surface of the iceberg, and be sure that the hidden part is solid, even if the methods described seem good-sense. This book helps to have a strategic approach, and at the same time it is full of pragmatic advices to develop each phase of contact with the company you intend to work for.
Yes, you guessed right, I used it! And I recommend it to my relatives, it works!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Landmark for Achieving Interview and Job Success 6 janvier 2010
Par Vaughan Evans - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Daniel Porot's book set the standard in the mid-1990s and has stayed there since. This is a coherent, methodical approach on how to perfect the different types of interview in order to land your ideal job - from Pleasure to Information to Employment interviewing. A must for those of us who have mucked up an interview and didn't land the job!

Vaughan Evans, business and career strategist
Author, BACKING U! A Business-Oriented Approach to Backing Your Passion and Achieving Career Success
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Three Stars 20 mai 2015
Par Shelby McLaughlin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Not really easy to follow.
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