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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, author Fred Sievert shares 10 fast-start tips to help job seekers launch a career, get noticed and achieve early success in his new book, Career of Consequence: Practical Christ-Centered Advice for Entering or Re-entering the Workforce.
Career of Consequence: Practical Christ-Centered Advice for Entering or Re-entering the Workforce
Recent college graduates planning to enter the labor force, as well as anybody getting back to work following military service, child rearing, or a pandemic-related leave will discover a wealth of wisdom in Fast-Starting a Career of Consequence: Practical Christ-Centered Advice for Entering or Re-entering the Workforce, the new book from former president of New York Life Insurance Company Fred Sievert.
In his book, he discusses five biblical principles chosen to assist individuals in establishing a solid foundation for career fulfillment, Then, he expounds on 10 functional and demonstrated techniques that people can carry out quickly to acquire visibility and early success as they enter the work force, move to another organization or return to work after a break.
In the book, the chapters explore universal career-relevant topics such as: Demonstrating Commitment; Embracing the Company’s Vision and Mission; Developing Cultural and Organizational Awareness; Understanding the Financial Underpinnings of the Business; Demonstrating Strategic Thinking Capability; Over-preparing for Every Meeting; Making Every Presentation a Command Performance; and Balancing Faith, Family and Career.
Sievert drew upon his remarkable blend of experiences as a Christian executive, a mentor and an educator to foster a book loaded with functional Christ-focused guidance for those wishing to add a spiritual aspect to professional pursuits. Throughout his career and beyond, Sievert mentored many young employees and executives — at least 10 of whom went on to become presidents or CEOs of their organizations.
Sievert’s ultimate goal is to demonstrate to others the significance of cultivating a symbiotic relationship between career and faith.
Brought up in a lower-working class family that only occasionally discussed God, Fred Sievert got an unexpected visit from God when he was 12. Despite his experiences as an adult, changing from a teacher to the president of a Fortune 100 organization — a journey driven by a forceful quest for the Pursuit of happiness — his habit for smart reflection and his profound yearning from that one experience in childhood educated his choices for the rest regarding his life.
In retirement, Sievert’s passion is to positively affect others in service to God, by writing and talking about his faith and his business experience.
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For more information, visit www.StoriesOfGodsGrace.com; follow the author on Facebook (fredsiev1) or Twitter (@FJSievert); or connect with him on LinkedIn (fred-sievert-9121727).
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