After reading The Four Pillars of Employable Talent, you will be better able to identify, recruit and retain job candidates with unique sets of skills needed to support organizational objectives. You will further be able to develop your own leadership skills and advance your career through learning what constitutes “Employable Talent” and how to help that talent recognize their own genius and the specific contributions they can offer your organization. You will gain a thorough understanding of the four pillars of employable talent: resilience, balance, strategic career planning and active financial planning.
Finally, you will gain a broad understanding of the new employment "contract" between employers and today’s employable talent and how the new contract differs from the old. You will learn how to meet the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities that are the results of the dramatic shifts in today’s workplace.
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Building Block Essentials is a tactical 14-step process that every job hunter should complete before launching their job search. A companion piece to The Four Pillars of Employable Talent, Building Block Essentials is a review of important tactics that are now required when implementing the Four Pillars. Both strategy and tactics must come together to help you stand out from other candidates and be considered for key positions in your field. Once you have integrated both principles, you can truly be considered “employable talent.”
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The Fundamentals of Remaining Employable
“'Employable talent' is the new differentiating factor that employers are using when deciding who to hire — as well as who to keep on their workforces and who to lay off.”
— Dr. David Miles, author of the book, The Four Pillars of Employable Talent.