The Halo Effect: How Volunteering to Help Others Can Lead to a Better Career and a More Fulfilling…

by Gene Stone, John Reynolds

St. Martin's Press | September 15, 1998 | Hardcover

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A "business book with a heart," The Halo Effect illustrates how inspiration in careers and in lives can be renewed by service to others. Volunteer work can help you learn new skills, meet new people, and develop a whole new perspective on your goals. A complete resource that outlines everything you need to know about volunteer work, The Halo Effect includes an appendix that lists and describes the best volunteer organizations that need your help today.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 224 pages, 8.56 × 5.74 × 0.89 in

Published: September 15, 1998

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0307440710

ISBN - 13: 9780307440716

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The Halo Effect: How Volunteering to Help Others Can Lead to a Better Career and a More Fulfilling Life

The Halo Effect: How Volunteering to Help Others Can Lead to a Better Career and a More Fulfilling…

by Gene Stone, John Reynolds

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 224 pages, 8.56 × 5.74 × 0.89 in

Published: September 15, 1998

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0307440710

ISBN - 13: 9780307440716

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A "business book with a heart," The Halo Effect illustrates how inspiration in careers and in lives can be renewed by service to others. Volunteer work can help you learn new skills, meet new people, and develop a whole new perspective on your goals. A complete resource that outlines everything you need to know about volunteer work, The Halo Effect includes an appendix that lists and describes the best volunteer organizations that need your help today.

About the Author

John Raynolds is president and CEO of the National Peace Garden Foundation in Washington, D.C. Formerly president and CEO of Ward Howell International, the world's seventh-largest executive search firm, and of Outward Bound USA, he has volunteered by participating forty-one Outward Bound expeditions, running in the New York City Marathon with disabled athletes, and serving on the board of ten non-profit organizations. He lives in Riverside, Connecticut.

From Our Editors

Volunteer work can help you learn new skills, meet new people and develop a new perspective on your goals. The Halo Effect recounts author John Raynolds’ volunteer experience, illustrating how helping others adds inspiration in your life and career. The Halo Effect is a complete resource, outlining everything you need to know about volunteer work.