10.02.2017
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From Master Student To Master Employee [PDF]

by David B. Ellis

Career readiness and workplace development are more important than ever. To be competitive and successful in today's job market, students need to learn how to continuously expand their knowledge and skills, and be able to apply these skills both on and off the job. From Master Student to Master Employee is a new text that focuses on helping students understand how the skills they use in the classroom can be applied in the workplace, and, similarly, how workplace skills translate to the classroom.

Link to the World of Work guides students toward learning strategies they will need to make a smooth and successful transition into higher education. Career Application case studies highlight transferable skills, stimulate critical thinking and focus on making successful transitions from success in school to success on the job. Each case study introduces an employee who is actively involved in applying the skills discussed in the chapter (i.e., planning, communicating, etc.). Complete topic coverage of key study strategies (such as time management, goal setting, memory, note-taking, reading, test-taking, and critical thinking) and career strategies (such as communicating, diversity, career planning, resume writing, interview skills, workplace readiness) is provided. Master Student MAP (Metacognitive Application Process) introduces each chapter and acts as a common theme throughout the text to guide students in monitoring thinking and learning. Master Student Profiles ofMaster Employees model the qualities of successful students and employees. These unique profiles include Ben & Jerry, Mike Lazaridis (co-CEO of Research in Motion and father of the Blackberry), Ruth Handler (founding partner of Mattel/Barbie doll), and Craig Kielburger (founder of Free the Children). From the desk of... highlights real voices of employees in a variety of fields.
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1. Persia Emily | 10.02.2017 17:33

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Thank you! Great book!

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