Work Passion Power


Book Launch


Work Passion Power: Strategies for a working life you will love by Max and Frances Harré

Careers, employment and working patterns are being deeply disrupted, with threats – real and imagined – from many directions: from rapid technology changes giving rise to anxiety-laden questions like, “will a robot steal my job?” and “how can educati on be made more relevant to tomorrow’s work possibilities”, to “how can I get clear about where I’m headed?”

The mental maps, the thinking tools that have been used in the past, no longer serve us well in navigating the waves of change sweeping over careers, work and work places today. We can do much better.

This is a thinking person’s resource, which explains in lively and clear terms:

• Mental tools for managing mindsets and working through challenges

• Practical steps to ensure ideas lead to effective action

• The vital role of meaning and purpose in future-proofing your work and career

• How to thrive in work in spite of rapid change.

The authors use powerful contemporary ideas and tools from complexity science, agile methods and performance coaching to develop the high level, soft skills we all need in the new era of work and careers. Both have many years’ experience and qualifications in research, management, counselling, career development and communication training.

Presentation and Book Launch

Successful career consultants Max and Frances Harré are "coming home" to Rotorua to share one of the key strategies for making progress in your work.

They will also present their new book, Work, passion, power: strategies for a working life you will love, at Rotorua Library on Thursday 12 April at 6pm.

The presentation will help answer questions pertinent to employees and employers such as; What direction should I go with my career, how do I get started, will a robot steal my job and what can I do about it, and, how can I get more balance in my life?

The couple's presentation and book launch will be held in the Discovery Space at Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri on Thursday 12 April at 6pm.  All are welcome to come along and light nibbles and non-alcoholic refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Library. Copies of the new book will be available to purchase and those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP to provide catering numbers.

Please RSVP online or contact Rotorua Library. 

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