Learning to Fly: How to Manage Your Career in a Turbulent and Changing World

Learning to Fly: How to Manage Your Career in a Turbulent and Changing World

By Mike Rosenberg
Foreword by Peter Tufano

Learning to Fly: How to Manage Your Career in a Turbulent and Changing World offers a practical framework with which to chart one’s own path towards the future. The book will give clarity and help those who have left or lost their job or are thinking about which path to take to find their own sense of purpose.

Paperback, 250 Pages

ISBN:9781839985102

September 2022

£16.99, $24.95

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About This Book

Over the last 20 years, the world has gone through economic crisis, geopolitical tensions, a looming climate emergency and most recently, Covid-19, with all that it brought with it. The years 2020 and 2021, in particular, have seen tremendous advances in digitalization while at the same time have seen millions of people leave their jobs for one reason or another.

In these turbulent times many people struggle to chart a career path which will provide for themselves and their families while at the same time give them a real sense of purpose.

Learning to Fly: How to Manage Your Career in a Turbulent and Changing World offers a practical and tested framework with which to chart one’s own path towards the future. The book will challenge assumptions as well as help in thinking about career options that are likely to be future proof. It will also help find balance between career aspirations and other aspects of one’s life that may be more important such as family, health and the purpose for which one is on the planet in the first place.

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Author Information

Mike Rosenberg is a professor of the practice of management at IESE Business School in Barcelona where he lectures on strategy, geopolitics, and sustainability. Prior to his work in academia, Professor Rosenberg was Global Practice Leader and Partner at Heidrick & Struggles, the Executive Search Firm.

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Table of Contents

1. Understanding the World; 2. Setting a Course; 3. Telling Your Story; 4. Defining the Space; 5. Choosing a Role; 6. Picking a Place; 7. Finding the Right Combination; 8. Changing Jobs; 9. Changing Phases; 10. Lifelong Learning; 11. Finding Purpose; 12. Conclusion: Making It Happen.

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