December 21, 2013

Beyond the Job Description on MSNBC and FOX Business

This has been an exciting week to officially launch my new book, Beyond the Job Description.The book hit shelves on December 17th and the feedback has been inspiring. Below are a few recent highlights I wanted to share.

Yesterday I taped a segment with host JJ Ramberg for the show “Your Business” on MSNBC. That segment, about the ways that organizations and employees can align their shared interests, will air next month – more details to follow.book launch image

On Tuesday I taped a “Career Accelerator” piece with FOX Business’ Lauren Simonetti. I talked about how the expectations we face on the job are often mixed and full of contradiction. Here’s a clip of that back-and-forth exchange.

If you like podcasts, I had a really fun interview with the guys at SmartPeople. I got the hosts fired up about how to “find your passion and make your best contribution at work.” Here is a link to listen to the show.

There are many excellent print and online articles about the book’s major themes, including Monster.com, American Management Association, and more. You can read some of these on my blog. The reviews of the book have also been very positive. They can be found in this recent blog post.

If you have not picked up a copy of the book, I hope you will do so. It is a great holiday gift to yourself or to your team.

And, there are some excellent bulk purchasing options if you want to give your employees a fresh start in 2014 with job performance and career insights that will benefit the team and organization as much as it will each individual! Just send me a note if you want information about these specials. In the meantime, you can buy the book at Amazon by following image link below.

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