We are thrilled to announce the launch of Dr Graeme Codrington’s latest book. It is now available for sale in South Africa, and will be available in ebook format and internationally later this year.

Navigating Your Career: 5 steps to success in the new world of work, by Kerry Dawkins and Graeme Codrington, Penguin, June 2012, ISBN: 9780143530268

The world of work has never been as difficult or complicated as it is right now. And yet, at the same time, there have never been as many opportunities. If you know what you’re looking for, and are sure of how to position yourself in a competitive jobs market, there are ways for you to find your dream job. And not just for now: you can actually spend every day of the rest of your life doing something you love that contributes to changing the world.

It all starts with a radical mindset shift- treat your career as a journey to be navigated. Then follow five steps for lifelong job satisfaction. This is not a quick fix solution. It will require some hard work and focus to become a career navigator. The good news is that hundreds of people have already successfully followed the advice in this book. You can join them today, and start to reap the rewards of a fulfilling and rewarding career.

The best time to start properly navigating your career is twenty years ago. The second best time is today. Don’t delay. Start now.

Kerry Dawkins is a professional career coach, and her team has put together a fantastic website to help you get even more out of the book. It includes an online version of the career navigation tool. You can access that here: http://navigatingyourcareer.com

You can buy the book at the following online stores (unfortunately this is only available in South Africa right now): See Kalahari.net or Exclusive Books.

An ebook version and international options will be available soon.  This is in Penguin’s hands, not ours.

Don’t forget Graeme’s other best-selling books:

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These other two titles are available internationally, but not yet in eBook or Kindle format. We are waiting for Penguin to sort this out.

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