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Why Losing Your Job Could be the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You: Five Simple Steps to Thrive after Redundancy
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Why Losing Your Job Could be the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You: Five Simple Steps to Thrive after Redundancy (Paperback)

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Synopsis

'This book reminded me why an ending - especially an unexpected one - can be the best kind of beginning' Viv Groskop, author of Lift As You Climb



'This book will help you escape the valleys of rejection bound for the peaks of opportunity' Bruce Daisley, bestselling author of The Joy of Work



'So much more than a user guide to life after redundancy, it's an inspiring lesson on how to deal with the knocks of everyday life; written with humour, empathy and honesty' Debbie Hewitt MBE, Chair, Visa Europe



Losing your job may be one of the toughest challenges you will face in your career. It can make you feel completely powerless, anxious and thrown off track. So how can you learn to adapt and even thrive through your most difficult and transformative experiences?



Why Losing Your Job Could be the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You is a compassionate guide that will inform and engage anyone who is facing redundancy or job loss; with deeply inspiring case studies and clear and brilliantly accessible, practical advice for getting back on course with your life and career. Learn how to:



-Navigate feelings of anger, guilt and shame

-Search for new beginnings

-Overcome analysis paralysis

-Progress with small steps



Eleanor Tweddell's five-step plan will support you through the early stages of shock, through to building up the skills, self-confidence and motivation to thrive after redundancy; whether that is in your previous sector or something new.

Eleanor Tweddell worked in the corporate world for over twenty years, in senior management positions, for companies including Virgin Atlantic, Costa Coffee and Vodafone until she was made redundant. This inspired her to start her own company, Another Door, to work with individuals and organisations to provide advice and support through redundancy.

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