Increasing complexity and diminishing workplace security define our society. We live in a time in which straight careers with long lasting company affiliation have been replaced by an increasing number of patchwork careers.
How to approach your career by design, not default.
Thomas Gelmi's insight:
Great read! I use very similar tools when working with clients in career coaching processes - with amazing insights and results. It is all about visualizing and becoming more aware of what's really important to you.
The best advice I ever received came from my dad, Don Clifton. It was actually a piece of simple, yet profound wisdom that has shaped my life. “Your weaknesses will never develop,” he told me, “while your strengths will develop infinitely.”
Sometimes you know your job just isn't right for you. Maybe you're in the wrong field, don't enjoy the work, feel surrounded by untrustworthy coworkers, or have an incompetent boss. Most people would tell you to find something that's a better fit.
At a recent networking event, I walked up to woman who, like me, was trying to balance a plastic tumbler of wine, a plate of cheese, and a handful of business cards. We laughed at our shared predicament, put down our plates and introduced ourselves.
For decades, many senior executives easily drove their career through advancement and opportunities that were presented to them. Or their network was always able to provide connections. More than ever before executives are finding themselves struggling to secure their next assignment. The "Ole Boy's Network" just isn't what it used to be. Almost a day doesn't go bye that an executive doesn't say to me, "I've never had to look for a job before." Many executives don't know where to begin and end up making classic mistakes. Here are some guidelines to help executives drive their search.
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