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The Powerful 10-Step Personal and Career Success Program



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A.I.M. by Jim Carlisle
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Achieve. Inspire. Make a Difference. For all those who are tiring of their career, unhappy and unsure of how to make a change, take heed: it is possible to live with passion and attain your life goals. It just might take some help from Jim Carlisle and Alex Gill. As an execuitve coach, Jim has developed a proven self-help program that enables people to clarify their goals, overcome challenges, and be successful in their personal and professional lives. A.I.M.:The Powerful 10-Step Personal and Career Success Program helps people move past stumbling blocks and achieve the life they really want. Topics covered include: a) facing the truth and defining the future; b) assessing accomplishments, stumbling blocks and realistic future directions; and c) networking, exploring and transforming. A.I.M. is the indispensable guide for anyone who is ready to make a change and doesn't know how or where to start.

Author Biography

Jim Carlisle is Director of Western Management Consultants, where he practices in the areas of executive coaching, executive search, and facilitation. His coaching practice has attracted a wide range of clients, including CEOs of major firms, graduate business students, high potential managers, not-for-profit leaders and professional athletes. Jim is in his second term as Chairman of The World Search Alliance, a network of executive search firms in over 30 countries around the world. He is also a Fellow of The Institute of Certified Management Consultants. Alex Gill is principal of Mendicant Group, a consulting firm that improves the impact of Canada's charities, non-profit organizations, and socially conscious corporations. Prior to founding Mendicant, Alex spent more than ten years as a nonprofit executive. Alex teaches at Ryerson University in the areas of corporate citizenship, advocacy, and nonprofit management.
Release date Australia
April 19th, 2010
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
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