Executive Coaching and the American President

Written by Stephanie Tuia


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Becomingrepparttar 43rd president ofrepparttar 145776 United States, President Bush worked hard to be where he is at today. It is no question, that to become president, he was groomed with executive coaching throughout his years of experience in politics and business. Before politics, he was a successful Texas businessman inrepparttar 145777 oil business. In 1988, he helped his father run a successful presidential campaign to becomerepparttar 145778 41st U.S. President. In 1994, Bush was electedrepparttar 145779 governor of Texas for two consecutive terms. With a brother currently serving as Floridaís governor, President Bush has become a veteran recipient of executive coaching.

While President Bush stands asrepparttar 145780 leader of our country, it is not withoutrepparttar 145781 help of years of experience and colleagues that has helped groom his appointment as President. In 2008, a successor will take over as President ofrepparttar 145782 United States. It might be wise forrepparttar 145783 nationís next president to seek executive coaching from President Bush.




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Switching jobs to avoid the outsourcing threat

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Here are some fields to consider which are not as susceptible to outsourcing: * Sales and Marketing * Management * Healthcare (Doctors and Nurses) * Lawyers (not paralegals) * Art/Entertainment

Outsourcing is having a big impact on work in America. Just as employers today have to compete with companies all overrepparttar globe, so too dorepparttar 145664 employees who work for them. Being aware of how you stack up against employees in other countries is a good first step in being able to compete with them. Being innovative about how you userepparttar 145665 advantages available to you can help mitigaterepparttar 145666 effects of outsourcing and enable you to continue doing work you enjoy.

Scott Brown is the author of the Job Search Handbook (http://www.JobSearchHandbook.com). As editor of the HireSites.com weekly newsletter on job searching, Scott has written many articles on the subject. He wrote the Job Search Handbook to provide job seekers with a complete yet easy to use guide to finding a job effectively.


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