Who says you cannot climb the corporate ladder?
Your boss, coworkers, jealous peers?
Has your career turned into a job? Do you ever sit and wonder what ever happened to your career? Where and when did you get off track? How do you revive your career after it has derailed? In this book author Blanca De La Rosa details and reveals what she has learned after thirty-four years in the corporate environment. If you want to get your career back on track, empower yourself so that you can create an amazing career.
Empowering yourself and using a holistic approach will help distinguish you from the competition and demonstrate to your organization how you can positively impact the bottom line.
Empower Yourself for an Amazing Career contains a wealth of information about personal career mistakes and is invaluable to anyone that dreams of building a successful career. This book incorporates personal stories and strategies for overcoming adversity in the workplace.
You will discover how to assess the journey of your career, how to manage a bad manager, how to deal with career failure, and how to develop a career road map with uplifting and inspiring advice.
The Author offers a fresh approach on climbing the corporate ladder by combining practical, commonsense advice with inner wisdom and providing strategies to increase the chances of success in the workplace.
“In the aptly titled, “Empower Yourself for an Amazing Career”, the author offers helpful advice from her 34-year career. In this resourceful book the author is refreshingly transparent about her own mistakes, encouraging others to learn from theirs. Recommended for employees needing guidance in navigating the corporate maze.”
— BookBub Review
“This valuable book of insights can be used by anyone, in any job, at any level, who is striving to get ahead.”
— New England Book Festival
About the Author
Blanca De La Rosa’s family emigrated from the Dominican Republic in 1963. She grew up in New York City’s Public Housing, attended public school, and graduated from Pace University 1985. She retired from ExxonMobil after 34 years of service. She says that the most rewarding role of her career was serving as a mentor to the young employees—guiding them through the corporate maze.