By J. Damian Birkel, Stacey J. Miller
With task loss comes trauma. instead of brush off the mental and emotional results, the dislocated jobless needs to conquer the ache in their loss, a very important step to repairing vainness and touchdown a brand new activity. that is the message of the fast-growing, largely acclaimed execs in Transition (PIT), the 1st nonprofit job-support application. Now the founding father of PIT outlines the group's step by step restoration application in profession Bounce-Back! it truly is either an insightful self-help guide and a pragmatic motion consultant of guidance and strategies. Readers will notice: ** motion steps and workouts for handling job-loss grief ** job-hunting strategies, together with networking, uncovering hidden possibilities, and finessing interviews ** motivational and instructive examples of people that were helped by way of following the PIT software, and extra
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More and more, alumni attended the meetings regularly and served as examples of success, standing ready to help newcomers who were in transition. The first part of the meeting often concluded with a graduation ceremony, during which a PIT member formally announced that he or she had landed a new job and told the group the reemployment story. The member, now a new PITASM, usually celebrated by sharing pizza or other light fare with the group. I then had the pleasure of awarding the new alum with a PIT Graduation Certificate.
Frank's "graduation" from PIT took place two months later. It was Anne who helped him; she came to a meeting expressly to inform him about an opening at her company, and Frank nailed the job after two interviews. " He told us his reemployment story and recognized Anne for her help in making the job connection that ultimately led to his new position. Although he gladly puts in fifty hours a week nowadays, he still finds time to attend a PIT meeting each month to let members know about employment leads he stumbles upon.
Page 3 Since its inception in February 1992, Professionals In TransitionSM (PITSM) has helped hundreds of members like Frank rebuild their self-esteem and restart their careers. A nonprofit and nonsectarian support group, PIT is a forum where people in career transition can share information, generate ideas, create options, and provide perspective, all this in an environment of confidentiality, integrity, and trust. Members meet weekly to help one another face the challenges of unemployment and underemployment and provide each other with support, feedback, and empathy.