This professional life-guide by Casey Hawley is broken down into ten chapters which reflect career-making moments that everyone will enter somewhere along their professional journey, probably more than one time. This book provides strategy and suggestions from “the first time you meet an executive” to “the moment you resign from your job” and all the points of critical impact that fall in-between.
“The secrets that can advance your career are the unwritten rules, regulations and nuances.”
This book focuses on the importance of communication in elevating one’s career and how it is the single most determinant of career success. Instead of winging your reviews, networking meetings, and product pitches, enter into them with a communications strategy that increases your chances for positive results.
As a Fortune 500 executive and communications consultant, it’s evident that Hawley has mastered these impactful moments and has probably written the book that she wished she had as a new professional. Her resume is extensive and impressive and based on the advice that she gives, the reader will find 360 perspectives for professional success.
While this book is certainly a must-have for all new graduates, it’s a great reminder and reference for every professional and entrepreneur.