Practical Networking

How to Give and Get Finding Jobs
 
 
Edward Flippen (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 25. Dezember 2022
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  • 80 Seiten
 
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979-8-9875125-2-4 (ISBN)
 
Learning of a good job opportunity is hard; getting an interview for the job is even harder; and getting the particular job could be harder than solving the "Rubik's Cube." In other words, getting a good job is hard as hell for most of us. BUt where there is a will, there is a way. Start with a plan, call on your friends, find an advocate, and "gut it out." It will all come together sooner or later. In fact, when it happens it will probably be the result of something totally unexpected and you will immediately think that finding the right job was luck. But it won't be luck. It will be because of persistence; it will be because of something a friend did or said; It will be because you're qualified; It will be because of inextricably linked circumstances that you won't be able to explain. BUt it won't be mere luck. Edward Flippen has 35+ years of experience in all manner of energy regulatory proceedings, including matters concerning approval of power plants, transmission lines, affiliate and fnancing applications, as well as general and expedited rate proceedings, He served in the Office of General Counsel of the Virginia State Corporation Commission from 1975-1980, leaving the Commission in 1980 as deputy general counsel. In Addition to his law practice, he has lectured at numerous universities in the U.S. on such topics as trade regulation at the Graduate School of Business at the College of William & Mary; economic regulation at the University of Virginia School of Law and at the Washington. He has also been a guest lecturer at Universities in Australia, Germany, France, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, Canada, and in the United Kingdom at the LSE, Cambridge and Oxford. He received his MBA and J.D. from the College of William & Mary, where he served on the Board of Visitors. He is currently lecturer on energy regulation and policy at the University of Virginia School of Law and the Queen Mary University of London. He is also a counsel at McGuire Wood LLP. He was formerly partner of the Energy & Environmental Group. Flippen is proud to work with James M. Pérez & John Silva under Believe Entertainment Group Company.
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979-8-9875125-2-4 (9798987512524)
Edward Flippen has 35+ years of experience in all manner of energy regulatory proceedings, including matters concerning approval of power plants, transmission lines, affiliate and fnancing applications, as well as general and expedited rate proceedings, He served in the Office of General Counsel of the Virginia State Corporation Commission from 1975-1980, leaving the Commission in 1980 as deputy general counsel.In Addition to his law practice, he has lectured at numerous universities in the U.S. on such topics as trade regulation at the Graduate School of Business at the College of William & Mary; economic regulation at the University of Virginia School of Law and at the Washington. He has also been a guest lecturer at Universities in Australia, Germany, France, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, Canada, and in the United Kingdom at the LSE, Cambridge and Oxford. He received his MBA and J.D. from the College of William & Mary, where he served on the Board of Visitors.He is currently lecturer on energy regulation and policy at the University of Virginia School of Law and the Queen Mary University of London. He is also a counsel at McGuire Wood LLP. He was formerly partner of the Energy & Environmental Group.
  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Jobs, Jobs Everywhere and Not A Job To Be Found
  • Chapter 2: Fired
  • Chapter 3: In-Law to the Rescue
  • Chapter 4: Networking
  • Chapter 5: Friends
  • Chapter 6: Special People
  • Chapter 7: Church Friends
  • Chapter 8: Helping Strangers
  • Chapter 9: Helping Your Children
  • Chapter 10: Silver Bullets
  • Chapter 11: Political Bullets
  • Chapter 12: Wasting Contacts
  • Chapter 13: Advocate s
  • Chapter 14: Mentors
  • Chapter 15: Shoot High
  • Chapter 16: Bothersome People
  • Chapter 17: Cold Calling
  • Chapter 19: Job Politics
  • Chapter 20: Résumé Help
  • Chapter 21: Rehearsing
  • Chapter 22: References
  • Chapter 23: Want Ad Help
  • Chapter 24: Down And Out
  • Chapter 25: Get A Plan: Gut It Out
  • Chapter 26: Little Things Count
  • Chapter 27: Leaving Private-Sector Jobs
  • Chapter 28: Leaving A Government Job
  • Chapter 29: What Goes Around Comes Around
  • Chapter 30: A True Friend
  • Conclusion

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