How to Go to Work: The Honest Advice No One Ever Tells You at the Start of Your Career (Paperback)
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How to Go to Work: The Honest Advice No One Ever Tells You at the Start of Your Career (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages / Published: 06/02/2020
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What do you do when work is overwhelming, it feels like you're completely lost, and every mistake you make seems to pile more pressure on your shoulders?

'This book is the resilience you need to adapt and thrive as you enter the workplace.
' Paul Jarvis, author of Company of One
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The definitive careers guide for starting out in today's working world.

It's never been tougher to get started in your career. In a world where entry-level positions require years of experience, it can feel like you've fallen behind before you've even begun. Even when you finally manage to get yourself a job, how do you make sure you're standing out from the crowd and succeeding?
In How to Go to Work, careers experts Lucy Clayton and Steven Haines deliver the indispensable guide to surviving and thriving at work. Whether you've just begun working your first Saturday shift, you're about to start an apprenticeship, or you're already climbing the leadership ladder, it's chock-full of the vital advice you need to jump-start your professional life.
This practical and accessible guide will show you how to:
- Find the right work experience and internships to make the best of your time
- Deal with mistakes and handle the pressure that comes with professional work
- Gain confidence, authority and resilience, and thrive in your role
- Navigate the ups and downs of your early career and make fast progress
From getting your foot through the door, to dealing with office politics and toxic workplaces, to negotiating pay, pensions and promotions, How to Go to Work is the essential manual for anyone embarking upon or consolidating their career. Using the collective wisdom of CEOs, creatives, scientists, activists and professionals in every industry, presented in the style of an entertaining but direct guide, Clayton and Haines prepare you for the ride of your life.

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'A vital book to anyone trying to get their head round the challenges or work. Deadly serious advice delivered in a style that is never deadly serious. An important but entertaining read' Bruce Daisely, bestselling author of The Joy of Work

'Full of invaluable advice for those at the start of their career' Cate Sevilla, author of How to Work Without Losing Your Mind

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241399460
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 226 g
Dimensions: 181 x 111 x 25 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
The way work... works is rapidly changing. This book is the resilience you need to adapt and thrive as you enter the workplace * Paul Jarvis, author of Company of One *
A vital book to anyone trying to get their head round the challenges or work. Deadly serious advice delivered in a style that is never deadly serious. An important but entertaining read * Bruce Daisley, bestselling author of The Joy of Work *
Full of invaluable advice for those at the start of their career * Cate Sevilla, author of How to Work Without Losing Your Mind *
Solid, practical advice on everything from resumes to testing to working for a bad boss, interning, making an impression and building a network of allies that can sustain you throughout your career. Fresh, lively and invaluable. Plus it's fun to read! * Sally Helgesen, author of How Women Rise *
Crucial insider information to help you quick-start a successful career * Julia Laflin, author of Life Skills: Stuff You Should Really Know by Now *
This book is essential for a generation of talent who aren't equipped with what it means to start employment. It's delivered with sophistication and humour. A must read * Suki Sandhu, OBE, Founder & CEO of Audeliss and INvolve *

This insightful and amusing tome will have you running to work, gleefully, in the correct trousers

* Patrick Grant, Norton & Sons (Savile Row), Community Clothing and The Great British Sewing Bee *

Everything a young job seeker needs in one place - an essential resource

* Elizabeth Taylor, CEO of Employment Related Services Association *
A refreshing take on career guidance * Gugu Ndebele Executive Director, Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls *
I wish I'd had this resource when I was growing up and starting work * Dr Radha, BBC Radio 1 *
This is truly life changing. It should be standard issue to every teenager * Tamsin Blanchard, The Guardian *
A handy guide * Financial Times Business Book of the Month *
How to successfully apply for a job * The Times *
Valuable advice in this challenging time to be starting out in the world of work * Sarah Brown, host, Better Angels *
Succinct and topical advice * The Mancunion *
Enriching on a personal level as much as a professional one. Honest, humorous, and humbling * Pi *
Witty moments of funny personal stories and serious helpful tips * Epigram *

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