Transferable Skills for Career Change, Career Transition & Career Reinvention

Transferable skills are essential to locating jobs and finding careers in different industries and fields. You need to identify any transferable skills that you may possess, and then identify the types of positions in which you may use them.
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Guide to Online Reputation Management – Be the author of your online identity

Prospective employers will make judgments about you based on what they find out about you online. You want to come across as committed, competent, skilled, and of strong character and integrity. You can manage the impression others have about you through your online presence.
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Recommended Reading

Knowing Your Value
– Mika Brzezinski

Women, Money and Knowing What You’re Worth

–  Peggy Klaus

How to brag when it’s not comfy

Yes, And: How Improvisation reverses “No, But” Thinking  and Improves Creativity and Collaboration – Lessons From the Second City
– Kelly Leonard, Tom Yorton

Executives from The Second City—the world’s premier comedy theater and school of improvisation—reveal improvisational techniques that can help any organization develop innovators, encourage adaptable leaders, and build transformational businesses

Strengthsfinder 2.0
– Tom Rath

Discover untapped talents and develop your strengths

Entrepreneurial Strengthsfinder
– Jim Clifton

Building on the runaway success of StrengthsFinder 2.0, focuses on the world’s rare business builders — and what drives them to start, sustain, and grow a successful company.

The Charge
Brendon Burchard

Game changing book on personal development

Awesomely Simple
–  John Spence

Business Strategies for turning ideas into action

The 46 Rules of Genius
– Marty Neumeier

An innovative Guide to creativity

– Arianna Huffington

Redefining success and creating a life of well being, wisdom and wonder

Lost in Translation: An Illustrated Compendium of Untranslatable Words from Around the World
– Ella Francis Sanders

“…a collection of words you never knew you needed before.” — Huffington Post