The Advantage for Graduates

The world of work for graduates is very different now. Nothing is predictable and graduates today need a whole raft of crucial skills to be equipped to handle the uncertainty, creativity, resourcefulness and agility that this new world demands. This Ebook focuses on you, giving you the advantage to stay one step ahead, fulfil the potential you’ve been nurturing all your life and just be brilliant! More

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About Emma Sue Prince

Emma Sue Prince has long specialised in soft skills, trainer training, materials design and management development. Her work has taken her all over the world consulting in emerging and developing countries and designing qualifications and experiential learning programmes.

She is the director of Unimenta, a training support network and virtual business supporting trainers who deliver soft skills with guidance, materials, news and professional development. Membership is free at www.unimenta.com

Emma Sue believes passionately in the principles and concepts she writes about in The Advantage and tries to apply them in all that she does.

She lives in Godalming, Surrey with her family. This Advantage her first book.

Find out more at www-the-advantage.info

About the Series: The Advantage Mini Ebooks
Our world is changing - so fast, so furiously, so ferociously - that to stand out at work you need to change what you're doing. And quickly. To get ahead, you need soft skills. To stay ahead you need The Advantage.

This mini e-book series is about having that advantage, whatever stage of life you are at. The Advantage is all about seven key skills: adaptability, critical thinking, empathy, integrity, being proactive, optimism and resilience.

Each book focuses on sharpening two or more of those skills to help you gain the advantage you need to live a successful and happy life.

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