Planning your college choices, selecting a professional course for the first time, choosing a new direction in your career, or reentering the labor force after a time of absence can be confusing and frustrating. Even retirement prompts concerns relating to the next stage of life and usually stimulates reflection about the effect, excellence, or function of your profession. Having somebody to assist you find and comprehend your interests, talents and strengths and your best fit within an occupation can reduce the tension of this change and offer you the liberty to be excited about the possibilities ahead of you.
I have years of experience walking with people as they examine their present work scenarios, get ready for profession starts and closings, or make changes from one task to another one. Job training looks different than therapy or treatment, which concentrates even more on recognizing your professional strengths, weak points and motivators and where those can most effectively be made use of and valued. With discussion and various tools for professional screening, we will take some time to:.
- REVIEW YOUR OCCUPATION CHOICES IN THE PAST.
- DISCOVER EXACTLY WHAT MOTIVATES/EXCITES YOU.
- DEFINE YOUR STRENGTHS AND EXACTLY WHAT TYPES OF PROFESSIONS ENABLE YOU TO USE THOSE STRENGTHS MOST SUCCESSFULLY.
- DISCOVER THE RANGE OF CHOICES THAT MAY BE A GREAT FIT, WHETHER FOR PROFESSION, UNIVERSITY, OR SERVICE.
- ESTABLISH OCCUPATION OBJECTIVES AND MEANS IN WHICH TO APPROACH THOSE OBJECTIVES.