Beverly E. Jones
For a thriving, durable career in today’s rapidly shifting world, you need to be adaptable and resilient. Being adaptable means you know how and when to tweak your performance, try new approaches or create stronger relationships. Having career resilience means you can spot risks and become comfortable with change. You can absorb hard knocks, rebuild your confidence and bounce back when the worst happens. Resilient professionals learn to think like entrepreneurs, even if they work in large organizations. And they tend to behave like CEOs, wherever they are on the career path. “Think Like an Entrepreneur, Act Like a CEO” is a practical guide to help you become more nimble and successful in the workplace. Its 50 chapters offer true stories and practical strategies to help you overcome workplace predicaments and capture opportunities, one by one.
About the Author
Beverly E. Jones, BSJ, MBA, JD, is a master of career reinvention. Before trailblazing her career as a Washington lawyer and Fortune 500 corporate executive, Jones led university programs to empower women. Throughout her work life Jones has helped other professionals and leaders to survive and thrive. Since 2002, she has built a flourishing executive coaching and consulting practice, leading retreats and helping professionals of all ages to advance their careers, shift direction or boost their productivity. Based in the nation’s capital, she works with accomplished leaders in the federal government,
NGOs and universities, as well as large and small companies.
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