Author Susan K. Maciak says her mission is helping others discover talents and build skills to take them where they want to go. She does that through writing, teaching, career coaching and corporate training. She has been recognized by the Governor of Michigan for her role in preparing people for successful careers.
Maciak developed an award-winning K-12 career development program before starting her own company CAMEO Career & Corporate Consulting LLC (www.cameo100.com) In the past few years, she's also published five books to promote her purpose:
Add to Your Edge: 12 Ways to Excel in the 21st Century - Looks at new trends in the workplace and how to cope with global competition.
What Are People Skills, Anyway? - Analyzes interpersonal skills that make people more successful at work, in their communities and at home.
JOB SHOPPING - This how-to manual and job-seekers' workbook takes teens and young adults through steps of landing the right job for them.
First Job Jitters - An adventure novel where a young girl solves a kidnapping case while showing readers how to find their first real job.
The Monster Show - Children's storybook stresses using the imagination and developing new skills, rather than relying on ready-made toys and entertainment.
All of Maciak's books are career-related in some way.
Add to Your Edge: 12 Ways to Excel in the 21st Century looks at new trends in the workplace and how to cope with global competition. This practical guide is your play book for changing your game to meet new demands of today with a fresh, new competitive edge. Just to survive today, small business owners, CEO's, seasoned employees or recent graduates need to do many things differently.