Logan, Midwest Book Review writes:
“Along with the general economy, the job market crash that began in 2008 and which is starting to recover some four years later is still highly competitive and highly volatile. This is as true for executive level corporate officer as it is for the industrial line worker. Drawing upon his many years of experience and expertise as an information security consultant and business leader, Michael D. Peters has deftly written “Securing the C Level: Getting, Keeping, or Reclaiming that Executive Title”, a 164-page compendium of ‘real world’ observations, commentary, advice, and ‘how to’ counsel on creating and implementing an achievable plan to ensure executive success applicable to any corporate setting from new entrepreneurial ventures to established multinational companies. The key to such success to develop a personal career plan. Informed and informative from first page to last, “Securing the C Level” is thoroughly user-friendly and especially recommended for three categories of executives: Those who are entering the job market for the first time; Those who are seeking advancement up the corporate ladder whether within their company; Those who find themselves dismissed as redundant and seek a new position with another company. Timely and ‘real world’ useful, “Securing the C Level” is an especially recommended addition to personal, professional, corporate, academic, and community library Business Administration as well as Jobs/Careers instructional reference collections.”
Thank you Logan!