Firing Back: How Great Leaders Rebound After Career Disasters
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Is it possible to rescue your career and restore your reputation after a major professional setback? In an age rife with press accounts of disgraced CEO’s, politicians, and celebrities-as well as courageous but beleaguered whistle-blowers and victims of rivalries or envious colleagues and bosses-this question has grown more important than ever.
InFiring Back, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld and Andrew Ward answer the question with a resounding “Yes”. They go on to lay out a practical and important five-step process for actually recovering from setbacks. Following these steps will help guise you through difficult circumstances, rebuild your reputation, and chart a new future. The authors also explore strategies for surmounting common barriers to career recovery, including tricky corporate cultures ad psychological stresses.
Anchored in decades of research and scholarly studies across multiple fields, this book is packed with engrossing stories and firsthand accounts from humbled but restored CEOs and executives from firms as diverse as General Electric, the Home Depot, Morgan Stanley, Apple, Staples, and Hewlett-Packard.
Firing Backoffers a clear plan for anyone who needs to recover from a career setback and reclaim lost prestige and reputation-whether the setback stemmed from his own actions or forces outside her control.
Learn more about this book at www.firingbackbook.comAbout the Author:
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld is the Senior Associate Dean for Executive Programs at Yale University's School of Management. He is also the founder, president, and CEO of the Yale-affiliated Chief Executive Leadership Institute. Andrew Ward is an Assistant Professor at the Terry College of Business, University of Georgia.
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