Consultant, Author, & Columnist
Stephen Viscusi is the CEO and founder of the Viscusi Group, a global executive search practice, which was recently ranked as the 10th largest search practice in New York City by Crain’s New York Business.
He is the author of two New York Times bestselling books, On The Job: How to Make it in The Real World of Work (Three Rivers Press) and his latest book Bulletproof Your Job: 4 Simple Strategies to Ride Out the Rough Times and Come Out On Top At Work (Harper Collins), which has now been published in 11 languages.
Viscusi is a frequent guest on television, appearing regularly on NBC/Universal’s The Steve Harvey Show as the in-house workplace expert. His advice is sought after for its real-world application and wide reach. Everyone needs a job, and few people are more experienced with the nitty-gritty details of job hunting and hiring practices than Stephen. He can also be seen on CNBC’s Make Me a Millionaire Inventor, and his writing can be found all over the Internet where he blogs about a variety of workplace issues from diversity to millennials.
With over 148k Twitter followers (@WorkplaceGuru), Viscusi’s audience and reach span across generations. His down to earth common sense advice is considered both provocative and insightful.
He is a sought after public speaker from the boardroom to the classroom, appealing to audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
Stephen's most recent book, Bulletproof Your Job, published by Harper Collins,
teaches veteran workers, in their thirties and beyond, how to navigate the workforce
and keep their job — even in harsh economic times, made worse by the onslaught of seemingly "fresher" talent.
“Buy this book before you need it.”
Keith Ferrazzi, bestselling author of Never Eat Alone
Bulletproof Your Job has since been published in 18 languages,
“A wise, comprehensive, and wonderful ‘mentor-in-a-box.”
Dick Bolles, bestselling author of What Color Is Your Parachute
including Spanish (below, left) and Chinese (below, right).
His first book, On the Job: How to Make it in the Real World of Work,
published by Random House Print, Three Rivers Press,
is geared towards guiding young people through navigating the first
eight years of their professional lives.
"If you can think of your work in a positive light, as something that you've actively
chosen and that you gain from in a multitude of ways, it becomes
a lot easier to leave it behind at the end of the workday."
— Excerpt from On the Job
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