For those considering career transition, Measure Up helps them create compelling and consistent messaging, resumes, and profiles that will attract the right leaders, peers, and hiring authorities. Within, readers learn how to identify and leverage companies hiring leaders, influencers, and peers in their career search and how to leverage process and technology to connect and communicate. By the end of Measure Up, readers will be able to identify and qualify for potential opportunities and be able to show their value from communication, networking, interviewing to ultimately getting hired at the best career opportunity possible. Measure Up teaches those considering career transition how to discover lucrative job prospects before anybody else does and gives them the tools and exercises to build their confidence and help them understand, appreciate, and “sell” their true value in the job marketplace.
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|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
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About the Author
Trisha Harp, M.S., C.P.C., is an entrepreneur, researcher, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of Measure Up: Mastering Your Career Search Like a Boss, and coach. She has spent the past two decades working with couples, teams, and individuals on mastering advanced communication techniques with the goal of strengthening their relationships both at home and at the office through her company, The Harp Family Institute.
After going through her own “why until you cry” experience, Trisha discovered her passion stems from the desire to help adults sort through their hang-ups so they will ultimately do a better job with their own children. (A desire which originated with helping friends deal with their struggles during her formative school years).
Over the years, Trisha’s extensive proprietary research has been effective in helping guide entrepreneurs, individuals seeking life and career changes and couples looking for new methods to improve their relationships. To date, Trisha has written five books and is in the process of writing three more. She has been featured in Inc. Magazine, Entrepreneur.com, Forbes.com, Medium, Women 2.0, and the Wall Street Journal.
In her free time, Trisha enjoys playing tennis, art & photography, and SCUBA diving with her husband and kids on the island of Bonaire.