The Michelangelo Project: Making It in the Digital Century Workforce

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Meta Management, Oct 31, 2019 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
Has your career stalled?
Are you struggling to get your abilities recognised?
Do you feel under-valued and unfulfilled at work?
Are you concerned about job stability in a rapidly transforming digital century?

For over a century, workers were set up for their employer's success, not their own.

The Michelangelo Project provides a frank assessment of our faulty employer/employee relationship dynamic and empowers workers to unchain themselves from the broken system. Using Michelangelo's story as a narrative framework, work expert and organisation management specialist, Isabel Wu shows you how to adapt to unanticipated workplace revolutions and thrive in the economy of the future.

In the Michelangelo Project, you'll uncover:
-The dark secrets of work no one tells you that keep you in jobs even when you hate them
-Your personal definition of success to help you feel confident about pursuing a career that fulfills your whole person
-How to identify your own opportunities and overcome the fear of dwindling jobs
-Why social capital has emerged as the greatest source of economic value in today's economy and how you can use it to get ahead
-Tips for becoming a self-learner and embracing internal motivation
...and much, much more!

The Michelangelo Project is a unique handbook to help you take control of your career in a digitally amplified age. If you like cutting-edge insights, tactics from an expert and strategies to improve your value and confidence, then you'll love Isabel Wu's transformative manual. Let The Michelangelo Project open your mind to new possibilities today!

ISABEL WU has spent nearly three decades helping people build the skills they need for their professional success. She runs a future of work consultancy showing clients how to adapt to unanticipated workplace revolutions and thrive in a technology-driven world.

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