G603 What they see; how to stand out and shine in your new job

Title of the book: What they see; how to stand out and shine in your new job

Author: Jennifer Swanson

Publisher: Influence Publishing

Publishing Date: 2015

ISBN: 978-1-77141-099-1


First impressions DO count, and so does what comes afterward! Learn how to stand out, shine and make a stellar lasting impression as you enter the workforce. We send messages constantly—through our body language, actions, what we carry with us and what we wear...and most of this has nothing to do with what we actually say. Being aware of the messages you send is the first step in learning how to build an overall (and sustainable) image of professionalism that will assure others that you are capable, competent, and right for the job. In an easy-to-read format, and with simple and actionable steps, this book will help you discover how others perceive you when you make a first impression, and will show you how to ensure that the world sees you the way you want it to.

Author Info:
(from iRead Book Tours)

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Jennifer Swanson
Meet the author:

Jennifer Swanson has been teaching Communication and Human Relation skills since 1993 to college students entering the medical field. She is also the creator/host of the Communication Diva Podcast, which has an international audience and helps people in deepening workplace and personal relationships through more effective communication. In addition to teaching young adults, Swanson is an ordained minister in the United Church of Canada, has worked in the Youth and Family Ministry for 3 years, has a Master's Degree in Public and Pastoral Leadership, and is a certified conflict coach and Master NLP Practitioner. She is also a mother and step-mother to two young adults and two teens. Swanson draws upon years of expertise as she shares her passion for inspiring others to reach their full potential with readers and audiences worldwide.

Connect with Jennifer:     Website  ~  Facebook  ~   Twitter    

Listen to the PODCAST:
How Writing a Book Can Benefit Your Business –with Jennifer Swanson
on The Successful Author Podcast

Personal Opinion:

I've found it to be a very informative  book that is both interesting, factual and a lot of suggestions the author makes are common sense. What I also liked is that its short and has helpful information crammed into 100+ pages and the information is easily categorized and can be found easily. There are always suggestions and room for improvement, and she even shares some personal anecdotes from her own journey through work. I would say it has a sense of some sort of timelessness that anyone can use and understand, and for the millennials its perfect because everything is in one place and it encourages them to be the best they can be. In some cases I do feel that it tends to be a little too optimistic, but other than that, very useful and helpful information in navigating through work and life.

This is for iRead Book Tours

Tour Schedule:

June 8 - Sarah Rehmatullah - review
June 8 - Laura's Interests - review / author interview
June 9 - Room With Books - review / author interview / giveaway
June 10 - Creating Serenity - review / giveaway
June 11 - Readers Muse - review / author interview
June 12 - Book Loving Hippo - review / giveaway
June 15 - Create With Joy - review / giveaway
June 16 - StoreyBook Reviews - review / giveaway
June 17 - Back Porchervations - review / giveaway
June 18 - Library of Clean Reads - review / giveaway
June 19 - Rockin' Book Reviews - review / giveaway
June 22 - The Autistic Gamer - review 
June 23 - Seaside Book Nook - review / giveaway
June 24 - Deal Sharing Aunt - review / author interview
June 25 - Jessica Cassidy - review / guest post / giveaway
June 26 - Svetlana's Reads and Views - review
June 26 - Luxury Reading - review / giveaway
5 out of 5
(0: Stay away unless a masochist 1: Good for insomnia 2: Horrible but readable; 3: Readable and quickly forgettable, 4: Good, enjoyable 5: Buy it, keep it and never let it go.)


  1. Thank you Svetlana for your review and for sharing it with your readers, most appreciated!


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