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Recovery, reframing, and renewal : surviving an information science career crisis in a time of change

Verfasser/in: Oliver Cutshaw
Verlag: Oxford : Chandos, 2011.
Serien: Chandos information professional series.
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Dokumenttyp: Buch
Alle Autoren: Oliver Cutshaw
ISBN: 9781843346326 184334632X
OCLC-Nummer: 708570867
Beschreibung: xii, 152 pages ; 24 cm.
Inhalt: 1.Introduction to the parameters of career renewal --
Reference --
2.Career recovery: a case study of my personal job search --
Off to California --
First you fail and then, guess what, you fail again --
Why not try something new? Re-envisioning the problem --
New approach, but the road is still bumpy and long --
Your social network is not always a source of support --
At last, I found a job --
Dos and don'ts: some lessons to be learned from my experience --
Lessons to be drawn from my case: or some of the deadly sins of modern-day employment and job searching --
References --
3.No job, no way: librarians are often unprepared for voluntary and involuntary career changes --
The dodo effect: too much specialization and too much complacency --
It comes like a thief in the night and sometimes it doesn't --
The job market: there is a big world outside these hallowed halls --
We have it within our power: self-assessment and reframing --
4.First you grieve: job loss, job stagnation, and job burnout in an age of transition --
We are handling it, but are we really? --
You got a right to sing the blues! --
You are more than just a job title --
Rethinking your skill set and reframing your career goals --
References --
5.Re-envisioning your career: a new look at yourself and your skills --
Who are you and what do you want to do with your career? --
The really big change --
Skills analysis: don't sell yourself short --
The generalist, the hybrid, and the specialist: know yourself and consider how others may know you --
You are a person not just a category --
Outside work is not outside of the box --
Getting another perspective --
References --
6.Reframing your skills and search strategies: preparing for the job search and looking at your professional goals with a fresh and realistic approach --
You cannot find what you want unless you know what you need --
How do I know what I want and need in a job? --
Job searching: it's better than you think --
Searching may be easier but applying for a job can be confusing --
The essentials: resume, cover letter, references --
Now set sail --
Reference --
7.New resume, new interview skills, but the road can still be bumpy: preparing for the job search and practicing the survival skills needed for success --
Trends in twenty-first-century job interviews: forewarned is forearmed --
The three Ps for surviving the job hunt: patience, persistence, and perspective --
8.You got your job! Hurray! But now what? --
Sometimes a bargain is not a bargain --
Stay prepared, stay alert --
Reference --
9.How can our professional organizations and graduate schools build a better professional support system? --
A roomful of worry and hope: the ALA-Allied Professional Association meeting --
Our graduate school programs: part of the answer and part of the problem --
What kinds of support can our professional organizations provide? --
10.Conclusions: recovery, reframing, and renewal are a matter of interpretation --
What do we mean by recovery? --
What do we mean by reframing? --
What do we mean by renewal?
Serientitel: Chandos information professional series.
Verfasserangabe: Oliver Cutshaw.
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This book examines the difficulties confronting information professionals who, due to financial downturns, technological change, or personal crises, are forced to re-evaluate their career options.  Weiterlesen…

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