John Purkiss and David Royston-Lee
In the modern workplace, clearly defined hierarchies are on the wane, few of us have ‘jobs for life’ and many of us have portfolio careers or are self-employed. In these self-reliant times, it’s essential to be remembered for the right reasons.
Brand You helps you develop a powerful personal brand, both on- and offline, and shows you how to:
- Discover your talents, values and purpose
- Become more visible in your market
- Make the most of your networks
- Build your brand online using blogs, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter
- Attract people who want what you do in the way that you do it
John Purkiss and Barbara Edlmair
If you are looking for a senior executive position – or a seat on the board – this book will tell you what you need to know. Learn about the search industry and the prominent firms within it. Understand the recruitment process and make it work to your advantage. Identify the search firms which specialise in your sector or job function. Prepare a persuasive covering letter and a ‘headhunter-friendly’ CV. Build long-term relationships with search consultants. Headhunting has long been shrouded in mystique. This book is the insider’s guide, packed with practical tips to help you approach executive search firms.
John Purkiss and Robert Coggins
In the 1950s Ken Purkiss was one of Britain’s leading field sports photographers. He photographed beagling, fox hunting and otter hunting from East Anglia to Devon, and from the New Forest to Cumberland. Ken’s work appeared in a wide range of books and magazines. 50 Photos includes many of these images. Others are published here for the first time. This is a poignant record of rural life in the fifties. Some of these photos challenge our assumptions. Others capture the beauty of the countryside or the joy of the moment.