Managing a Midcareer Change

Having Fun While Shifting Gears

by David B. Helberg & With Mitchell Sepke



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/18/2016

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781491793817
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781491793800
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781491793824

About the Book

David B. Helberg advises numerous business leaders and is widely known for his coaching, mentoring, and lecturing prowess. But once he felt like he was stuck in his career—like you might feel now. In this guidebook to getting unstuck, he shares how he transformed himself from a rank-and-file employee to a happy and successful businessman. Learn how to: • recognize when you’re stuck at a job or in a career that’s not right for you; • rid yourself of feelings of loyalty and/or entitlement; • develop an exit strategy to leave an employer; • block other people out so you can focus on improving yourself; and • turn responsibilities (such as paying for a mortgage and taking care of your family) into motivation. While it might be easy to stay at a job you’re not happy with (especially if it pays well), you need to challenge yourself to improve as a person. When you stay stationary in life, things get boring and stale. Take an honest look at where you stand, and plot a path to get where you want to go with the practical advice in Managing a Midcareer Change.

About the Author

David B. Helberg has been a coach, mentor, and trusted business adviser to numerous business leaders and frequently lectures and delivers presentations on marketing, management, organizational behavior, and ethics. He is a certified internal auditor, certified fraud examiner, and has a Bachelor of Commerce degree and an MBA. Mitchell Sepke holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Saskatchewan. When he is not teaching or taking classes, he enjoys coaching sports and writing. He lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.