William H. Bishop: Going Home - A Networking Survival Guide
A Networking Survival Guide
William H. Bishop
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Transitioning from one career to another can be a daunting challenge, and transitioning from the military to the civilian sector can be downright scary. In this book, former Chief Petty Officer Bishop identifies a plan to translate military jargon into coherent data that can be listed on a resume or business plan. He provides simple techniques to develop networking skills that will last a lifetime. His practical advice, based on his experience, is presented is a logical format that is applicable to anyone going through a period of transition. Networking is skill that must be practiced and honed, and Going Home provides a step-by-step process that will make the reader a more effective networker.
William Bishop is the chief executive officer and founder of the Bishop Advisory Group, a consulting company that harnesses the power of critical thinking to provide practical solutions to global challenges. He is a veteran of the United States Navy, where he ascended to the rank of chief petty officer in seven years. Bill a doctoral student at Regent University, where he pioneered and promulgated the concept of servant networking. He is also a prolific author whose works have been featured in Talent Management, the Journal of Strategic Leadership, Proceedings, the Journal of Values Based Leadership, and Leadership Advance Online. Going Home: A Networking Survival Guide is his first book. He holds degrees from Excelsior College (BS), Regent University (MBA), and is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Executive Education Program (Authentic Leadership Development).