Walsh College has introduced "Your Executive Coach," a free digital publication that provides guidance on navigating the road to career success for millennial- generation students and graduates beginning to enter the professional job market.
Walsh College has collected some of the most essential advice offered by its Career Services and business management experts into the guide, available a twww.walshcollege.edu/executivecoach.
"Your Executive Coach" provides tips and suggestions for career advancement, promotions, teams, career changes, and resource maximization.
"The recommendations provide direction for students and graduates looking to start their careers seamlessly or transition to new ones," said Brenda Paine, director, Career Services, Walsh College. "In addition, it also shows how to avoid missteps when changing career directions and focus."
"Over time, each job acquired will require its own skill set of talents, knowledge base, credentials, and relationships," said Lee Meadows, Ph.D., professor, Management, Walsh College.
"Future success will go to job candidates who can adapt, as well as act – quickly, confidently, and skillfully," he added. "This guide can help give young people a competitive leap ahead."
Important topics presented in the publication include communication skills, presentations, professional societies and associations, promotions, volunteering for assignments, interviewing, certification programs, and entrepreneurship.
Paine and Dr. Meadows served as special advisors and contributors to the eight-page publication.
Registration for Winter 2016 classes at Walsh College is now open.
For more information, visit www.walshcollege.edu.