Bouncing Back by Michael T. McCraley
Handling the Transition from Firing to the Next Job

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author photo: there is none Author bio: Michael T. McCraley, raised in South Bend, Indiana is a graduate of Purdue University (BSIM) and Xavier University (MBA). This is his first book. It is written based on his personal experiences and those of others he met who were caught in the traumatic transition process from firing to the next job. book description: We will all be fired at least once in our lifetime, more if one works for high technology companies! It is ugly. It is uncomfortable and it is a morale destroyer. One day in charge of multimillion dollar budgets and the next day on the street with no one returning your calls. This book takes you through the inner thoughts of that process from one has personally experienced this situation several times and come out on top. It is a traumatic time for anyone regardless of level in the firing company. This book of short essays helps distill the feelings one experiences and gives concise directions on how to deal with these feelings and the entire process. Hopefully, these essays help one to come to grips with the reality of his/her situation and prepare one for the next job such that this scenerio never has to be experienced again.
 

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Published August 25, 2000 by iUniverse. 140 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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