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              Books by Michelle Gibbings

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              Bad Boss: What to Do if You Work for One, Manage One or Are One

              Bad Boss: What to Do if You Work for One, Manage One or Are One (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Gibbings, Michelle

              • RRP: $27.99
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              At one time or another we've all had a bad boss - from bullying and intimidation, to unfair feedback and unrealistic workloads. Contrary to popular belief, most bosses don't set out to be a bad boss, and yet they are. A bad boss's behaviour sets the tone for what's acceptable in ...the whole organisation and in doing so, can cause major issues for productivity, staff turnover and wellbeing. This book covers all three perspectives for the direct report, the boss and the boss's boss. It could even be you! This book will help you identify is it them, is it you or is it the environment in which you work, with key actionable steps to turn things around.
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              ISBN 9780730383970
              Published AU 1 Sep 2020
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
              Interest Age General Audience
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              Step Up: How to Build Your Influence at Work
               

              Step Up: How to Build Your Influence at Work (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Gibbings, Michelle

              • RRP: $29.99
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              In today's fast-paced world, organisations and the people who work there are going through rapid change. Most successful leaders are able to make the most of these dynamic environments. They understand themselves, understand others and understand how to manage and motivate behavi...oural change. It is through these core skills that they are able to prosper through change, and gather the influence they need to be successful. These skills are relevant for everyone - regardless of their role or hierarchical position. However, Step Up has been written specifically for people who are more technically focused, but are at that stage in their career where they know they need to change if they want to advance. They can be accountants, financial planners, risk management experts, financial controllers, engineers, scientists or even doctors. They are people who associate with their technical craft first, even though they may now be in a leadership role. Author, and change management expert, Michelle Gibbings believes that there are skills, practices and techniques that individuals, teams and organisations can apply to make change work. She shares these in her new book.
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              ISBN 9780994256058
              Published AU 5 Feb 2016
              Publisher Major Street Publishing
              Interest Age General Audience
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              Get Career Fit: Healthcheck Your Career and Leap Into Your Future

              Get Career Fit: Healthcheck Your Career and Leap Into Your Future (Trade Paperback / Paperback, 2nd Edition)

              By Gibbings, Michelle

              • RRP: $19.99
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              The world is changing. How we work is changing. Now more than ever people need to be comfortable designing and orchestrating their own career path. The days of a traditional, linear career are long gone. We are approaching a crunch point as the pace of change outstrips the develo...pment of new roles. In the next twenty years, estimates are that 40% of roles that currently exist will be automated or done by robots. No role, profession, industry or geography is inoculated from this impact. People entering the workforce now, are likely to have at least 17 different employers, and five different careers during their lifetime. This is only going to increase. What is also different is that employees will need to adapt to a paradigm shift in terms of what it means to be employed. As the level of freelancing increases they may work for multiple employers at the same time, or more frequently move from job to job and in to different roles. The 'gig economy' is well underway, and yet workers are unprepared. Why? Because they are stuck in the past; holding on to an outdated view of what a career path looks like, or a limited view of what having a successful career entails. They are stuck on the idea of a typical career path encompassing the following phases: entry, exploration, establishment, maintenance and retirement. In practice this meant that people moved, for example, from entry level roles through to middle management and then ultimately retirement. Careers don't work like that anymore. They are far more fluid, flexible and adaptive. Essentially they aren't aware they need to find the right balance between whether they focus their time on their present job or their future, and whether they focus on their career passively or actively. By failing to find those balances they end up being one of: Apathetic - They are so focused on the present they spend no time preparing for the future. Ultimately, they get left behind. Anxious - They let their fear of failure, fear of th
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              ISBN 9780730382072
              Published AU 2 Dec 2019
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Be Your Best
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              Career Leap: How to Reinvent and Liberate Your Career

              Career Leap: How to Reinvent and Liberate Your Career (Paperback)

              By Gibbings, Michelle

              • RRP: $29.99
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              Adapt you career to the shifting paradigm of work, employment and success The word career doesn t mean what it used to.

              ISBN 9780730352198
              Published AU 8 Feb 2018
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
              Interest Age General Audience
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