Pivot: The Only Move That Matters is Your Next One

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When you pivot, you double down on your existing strengths and interests to move in a new, related direction, instead of looking so far outside of yourself for answers that you skip over your hard-won expertise and experience. This book points the way.

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 By Jenny Blake
#4364  If you’re uncertain that your current gig is the right one, its time to start thinking about your next move. In the new world of work, it’s the only move that matters.
What’s next? is a question we all have to ask and answer more frequently in an economy where the average job tenure is only four years, roles change constantly even within that time, and smart, motivated people find themselves hitting professional plateaus. But how do you evaluate options and move forward without getting stuck? As this book says, it’s about small steps, not big leaps. This book will show you how to pivot from a base of your existing strengths.
When you pivot, you double down on your existing strengths and interests to move in a new, related direction, instead of looking so far outside of yourself for answers that you skip over your hard-won expertise and experience. It empowers you to navigate changes with flexibility and strength now and throughout your entire career.
Much like the lean business principles that took Silicon Valley by storm, pivoting is the crucial skill you need to stay agile, whether or not you are actively looking for a new position. No matter your age, industry, or bank account balance, Jenny Blake’s advice will help you move forward strategically. Her Pivot Method will teach you how to:
  • Double down on existing strengths, interests, and experiences. Identify what is working best and where you want to end up, then start to bridge the gap between the two.
  • Scan for opportunities and identify new skills without falling prey to analysis paralysis or compare and despair. Explore options by leveraging the network and experience you already have.
  • Run small experiments to determine next steps. Do side projects to test ideas for your next move, taking the pressure off so you don’t need to have the entire answer up front.
  • Take smart risks to launch with confidence in a new direction. Set benchmarks to decide when the time is right to go all-in on your new direction.
Pivot also includes valuable insight for leaders who want to have more frequent career conversations with their teams to help talented people pivot within their roles and the broader organization.
No matter your current position, one thing is clear: your career success and satisfaction depends on your ability to determine your next best move.
288 pages. Hardcover. 2016. $18.00. SPECIALS: 10 copies for $169.95; 100 copies for $1,495.00.
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