If you are thinking about some kind of career transition, you've probably been thinking about it for some time now—maybe a long time.
Here are some of the top reasons people looking for a new career option work with me:
Let's talk. In your free strategy session you'll get clear about:
If you could have figured it out on your own by now, you would have. Go ahead. Click here. You've thought about it long enough.
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You invest in your career: your hopes, dreams, time, and very often, a large amount of money in education and ongoing certifications—not to mention relationships, colleagues and work community.
Sometimes it's blatantly obvious that you need to move on. Other times you basically like your organization but feel like you simply cannot make headway.
You face the choice: time to pull my investments and move elsewhere? Or is it possible to change the game here? Do I dare risk a move in a COVID 19 world?
Some people are always short-term investors, reaping a return in experience and knowledge, and jumping to the next opportunity as soon as it presents. Others are longer-term investors, balancing stability and cultures they like and helped to build against looking actively for the unknown.
Almost all are concerned about career stagnation in a world that is hurtling at warp speed into what was once “the future," and that has arrived on the express train(wreck) of 2020.
I help you navigate these choices, unpacking what you really want to do—which is often wrapped up in a million hesitations and what if's. We separate your fears from the realities and mix in a good dose of possibility and a shot of that special ingredient: your personal motivation.
If the work points to LEAVE, we progress towards that; if our work points to STAY, we start implementing strategies to get your career at your current organization re-invigorated.
The right choice for you affects all those around you
Yes, there are those people who are born full of purpose and direction and zeal. They are the minority, I promise, even if they are your friend, sister, brother and parents.
It looks soooo easy when you have that clear direction. And, in some ways, it is.
An inner voice asks: "What's wrong with me? If only I could identify my passion, I could have a great career too."
You May Never Find a Passion. But You Can Find Something Just as Powerful, that Lasts in a Changing World
There are a few things that you can identify that will provide you with a sense of direction, accomplishment, and something even more important: flexibility for a world changing so rapidly that most of the careers of today may not even exist in a decade and most of the careers of tomorrow haven't been invented yet.
I help you figure out what you have to offer in a way that is uniquely you, and that combines your talents with the factors that keep you stoked, and keep you moving through changes in the world of work.
You will know your core contribution, what truly motivates you, how and where you could apply both, and how to find out and keep up with work possibilities you've never even considered before.
More importantly, you will be able to communicate your value—your core contribution—so that people who can use what you have to offer say: "I want that!"