- Unlimited career is within your reach
- You Could Do Anything If You Only Knew How to Network!
- Top Career Networking Questions
- How to package your uniqueness in written and spoken form
- Who, Where, and How to target the people and organizations you should connect with
- The Backdoor Method™ of career management
- The power to create new relationships
Darrell W. Gurney: The Big R! Since “Great” is the adjective applied to the Depression, perhaps this period will simply go down historically as the “Big” Recession.
Everyone has been affected and many, unfortunately, caught in the Big R. Without networks working, you may find yourself retooling your skills while trying to get noticed all at the same time.
What if there were “SureFire Ways to Recession-PROOF Your Career?”
For many years, Darrell has taught about a “backdoor” career management system that leaves you unconcerned about market ups and downs.
Have you fortified yourself with connections that weather both sunshine and rain?
In effect, many have “Teflon coated” their careers against the cyclical nature of the economy using his methods.
…it comes down to “digging your well before you’re thirsty,” which means pro-actively putting yourself top-of-mind in the minds that matter…
“Surefire Ways to Recession-PROOF Your Career” teaches lifetime career management.
–The 4M method of effective lifetime career management
–Why not looking for a job or new client is actually the smartest
way to get one
–A method for finding your personal “sweet spot” of career development
–The practice of back-door vs. front-door career expansion
“I am at ‘cause,’ not effect. By implementing your method, I am approaching people I never would have approached.”
“A continuously positive and empowering force in my life!”
“I’m an Engineer! I’m NOT good at meeting people!”
“One of the most incredible journeys that I’ve gone on!”
“The session left me with a greater self-appreciation…and knowingness that the path before me is not as daunting as it seemed previously.”
“Darrell informed me of my strengths and the areas that I need to improve on. This has helped to build my confidence when speaking with future employers. I have also learned how important networking is in order to have a successful back-door approach.”
“Darrell was able to extract, with razor sharp precision, the core essence of my unique value to employers.”
Books by Darrell W. Gurney