The HR Guide to Getting and Crushing Your Dream Job
People often assume that you have an abundance of free time when you’re job hunting. They figure you’re either phoning it in at a current employer or channel surfing in a bathrobe. The truth, however, is that searching for a new gig or vying for a key promotion is a full-time role in itself.
The HR Guide to Getting and Crushing Your Dream Job was written for busy high performers who want to quickly advance their careers. It leverages two decades of human resources and business experience, and is packed with over a hundred exercises that provide specific, easily applied actions to help you achieve your career aspirations. Whether you’re a fresh graduate or an experienced professional, The HR Guide to Getting and Crushing Your Dream Job can help you. It offers an inside look at how Human Resources and managers make decisions on everything from hiring and promotions to doling out special projects and career-advancing assignments.
If you’re looking to change jobs, switch careers, or simply expedite your climb up the corporate ladder, The HR Guide to Getting and Crushing Your Dream Job offers the inside scoop on how to advance your career while balancing your life.
About Tim Toterhi (Durham, North Carolina Author)
Tim Toterhi is a blue-jeans kind of guy. He likes rainy nights, top down days, and sipping good wine with cool people. He believes in soulmates, sad songs, and learning through the lifetimes.
Tim’s fiction has been described as part philosophical adventure, part paranormal crime, with just the right amount of offbeat humor. His works include:
Both Sides of Broken
Lunches with Larry
Two Minutes Too Late: Stories of Lost Love and Missed Opportunities
The Amazing and Somewhat Sarcastic Tad
By day Tim is a CHRO and founder of Plotline Leadership, a consultancy that provides Executive Coaching, HR Consulting, and Message Management services. His latest nonfiction work is entitled, The Introvert’s Guide to Job Hunting: How to Outshine the Competition. Learn more at www.PlotlineLeadership.com or www.TimToterhi.com.