It’s Always Your Move
Purposeful Progress for Corporate Career Women
Why should anyone else be more interested and invested in your own career success, your earnings and your potential than you? They’re not.
My new book It’s Always Your Move is designed to give you clear guidance, proof and inspiration with many real-life stories, strategies and steps for you to take to boost your income, options and self-confidence and to guide you to your next move, and the one after that.
This book is designed to give you the certainty and clarity to always be ‘at choice’ and to avoid becoming OR staying stuck.
What’s It All About?
Well first of all it’s about boosting your self-confidence and future-proofing your career. It’s about maximising what you already have and know and starting right where you are, now.
It’s Always Your Move features the 8 Proven Principles of Your Career Success Cycle™ in motion in your career all the time.
A Few Words From Inspirational Career Women
This book is the one to inspire, support and coach you to your next career move – and the one after that.
This book provides the insight and tools to help people as they progress through their career – a practical guidebook to help you confidently and strategically navigate the twists and turns and the ups and downs of your unique career journey.
Kay White’s book ‘It’s Always Your Move’ is an absolute must read for any woman wishing to progress their career. I wish both Kay and her books were around at the start of my career! 100% recommended.
This book offers straightforward, sound advice backed by real life examples from women you can easily identify with, who have put Kay’s guidance and experience into practice to boost their confidence an their bank balance.”
An inspirational blueprint on how to strategically move through your career with grace, savvy, and strategy – and without losing yourself in the process.
It is a focussed, practical book, a guide really, and has helped me really understand the steps I needed to take to move my career to the next level. You can take the book in its entirety and then dip back in for those moments when you need to apply some careful planning and thought regarding a particular move or action.”