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by Sherry E. Sullivan,Lisa A. Mainiero
Author: Sherry E. Sullivan,Lisa A. Mainiero
Publisher: Nicholas Brealey; First edition (August 25, 2006)
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The Kaleidoscope Career Model developed in this book is based on a 5 year study of over 3000 men and women . This book is a must read for all Human Resource professionals. It explains why people are leaving corporations and how to attract and retain the best performers.
The Kaleidoscope Career Model developed in this book is based on a 5 year study of over 3000 men and women using multiple methods including interviews and three large scale surveys. 9. Well written, well organized. Any career coach worth their salt will read this book and immediately begin to apply the concepts.
The opt-out revolt why people are leaving companies to create kaleidoscope careers. Mainiero (management, Fairfield Univ. Office Romance: Love, Power, and Sex in the Workplace ) and Sullivan (management, Bowling Green State Univ.
THE OPT-OUT REVOLT illuminates what workers want in a career-and the. mystery of why employers are not providing . mystery of why employers are not providing enough of it. The authors'. kaleidoscope model is a convincing solution that should be embraced by. people and companies alike: to let people rearrange the pattern to help. them be both productive and fulfilled. Mainiero and Sullivan (2006) proposed the metaphor of the kaleidoscope career to describe the career paths that were apparent during 'the opt-out revolt' (Mainiero and Sullivan, 2006: 3). The 'opt-out revolt' referred to a new age of careers, where workers (men and women) are 'no longer bound to the idea of traditional career.
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The Kaleidoscope Career Model developed in this book is based on a 5 year study of over 3000 men and women using multiple methods . The Opt-Out Revolt addresses the current trends affecting women’s and men’s careers. The book contains 8 clear and concise chapters. The book presents the results of a groundbreaking study that deconstructs women’s and men’s career patterns.
The Opt-Out Revolt book. A stunning exodus is quietly sweeping across corporate America. Authors Lisa A. Mainiero and Sherry E. Sullivan deliver the facts: how the universal need for authenticity, balance, and challenge are driving career and life decisions; what choices women are making and why; how men's priorities differ from those of women and how they affect their career paths; and what the best organizations are doing to stem the flow of talent heading.
Mainiero, Lisa; Sullivan, Sherry E. (2006). Mainiero, Lisa A. (1986). Coping with Powerlessness: The Relationship of Gender and Job Dependency to Usage". The Opt-Out Revolt: Why People are Leaving Companies to Create Kaleidoscope Careers. Mountain View, Calif. Administrative Science Quarterly.
by Lisa A. Mainiero, Sherry E. Sullivan. Publisher: Nicholas Brealey Publishing. This in-depth look at our 21st century workplace explores how the mutual need fpr authenticity, balance, and challenge drives career decisions for women and men alike; how gender influences priorities and choices; and what the best organizations are doing to stop the flow of talent out the door.