Career Coaching (7 Book Series)
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From Book 1: How can you pass onto to your child a time-tested, positive approach to disability before it’s too late?
In seven simple but powerful stories, this transformation book provides these three takeaways about how to do just that:
1. A personal perspective about disability that is constructive for both parent and child – one that turns the lessons of vulnerability into attributes that show disability can actually become a confidence builder for both job candidate and employer in tomorrow’s job market.
2. A range of skills and strengths that a child with unexpected challenges needs for building a safe, happy life – one based on self-determination, independent living and integrated employment.
3. A series of real-world, life-changing issues about self-confidence youngsters with a disability will probably face but won’t learn how to handle in a school setting – especially during these unusual times.
Using his personal experience as a Fortune 500 vice president, author Jim Hasse identifies seven career builders parents can use to help their elementary student with unexpected challenges grow in self-confidence, a key factor in disability development and career readiness.
Jim, a Global Career Development Facilitator who has athetoid cerebral palsy, illustrates each of those seven bits of career advice with a transformational story from his own 45 years in integrated work settings.
For each short story, he defines the issue at hand for learning how to live and work well with a disability, shows how his parents and others helped him personally resolve the situation, and provides a potential path you can follow as a mentor for your own child.
So, get up to speed as the mentor you need to be at this stage of your youngster's development.
Elementary school, after all, is not too early for establishing an understanding between you and your son or daughter about how to approach disability from a personal as well as vocational perspective!
This is Jim’s first self-help book in his seven-part Little Book series of transformation stories. He offers thoughtful, career-focused advice that you'll find pertinent and practical as an "unofficial" but vital coach for your child about life and vocation.
Download Little Book 1 now to complete the first mile in your journey as a parent who knows how to constructively mentor your son or daughter from a disability-as-a-competitive-edge perspective (13,000 words).