How To Survive Company Reorganisation – Tips For Individuals

 

How To Survive Company Reorganisation - Tips For Individuals

By Caroline Hogarth

When your company enters a period of change, it can be scary and overwhelming for the individual. But you can take control of your destiny and make change work for you. This ebook shows you how.


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  • How To Survive Company Reorganisation - Tips For Individuals

    By Caroline Hogarth When your company enters a period of change, it can be scary and overwhelming for the individual. But you can take control of your destiny and make change work for you. This ebook shows you how.

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Caroline Hogarth has had over 20 years of experience of change in big Medical Devices and Pharmaceutical firms both as an individual and as an increasingly senior Manager and Director. In this concise, easy to read ebook she passes on her top tips to make change work for you. Take charge of your career and life choices and be prepared to make the most of every opportunity.

There are many books on the market with excellent advice on career planning, but many of them are too detailed in covering all kinds of situations. In the Vinehouse spirit, this simple publication gives you the essential information you need when your working world is going mad around you and you need to know what to do right now. It’s a mini-workbook too – you’ll be taken through easy steps to work out, for example, “How Developmental is My Current Job” .

 

What you get:

  • 4 Warning Signs that tell you Change is coming!
  • 11 tips on how to take stock of your existing job and decide if it’s developing your skills in the way you want, and if not, what you’d really like to do instead
  • 8 tips on spotting and creating opportunities to get the job you want – inside and outside the company
  • 10 tips on keeping sane while your comfortable known world goes mad
  • 7 essential things to remember if you leave a company
  • 7 tips on preparing for a career break just in case…
  • 3 tips on coping when you’ve still got a job and your old colleagues haven’t

 

The Benefits:

  • You will be able to carry out a periodic review of how well you are developing in your current job and analyze what your next move should be.
  • You will be able to keep your cool when the next reorganisation hits, and be ready to grab that fantastic opportunity right away
  • You will be able to keep delivering your objectives so you get a reputation for delivery focus
  • You will be able to move smoothly into the next phase of your career

 

Don’t miss out – in most organisations the next big change is only a maximum of 2 years away! Make sure you’re on track to seize opportunities and get the outcome that suits you best.

What people have said about “How To Survive Corporate Reorganisations”

 

“It is very concise, clear and practical material, which sensibly doesn’t seek to delve into the psychological impact of change, nor to offer advice that might be seen as pseudo-counselling…
It’s principal strength, I think, is to clearly set out a very positive agenda, to encourage individuals and managers to take the most optimistic approach.”

Cleve Baker, HR Dept, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary.

 

“Had difficulties not laughing out loud. Frighteningly true and damn good
advice.

I particularly liked the “Motivating Yourself” section and the “You’ll look
better in that interview suit too” and the “Set a reminder in your calendar –
only 2 years before
you need to take stock again!”

IJ – engineer and veteran survivor of 15 years of company changes