Defining where you Stand / Career Planning
What would you like to achieve in your job?
Do you have a professional goal? What can you do to get a little closer to that dream job? Do you know your strengths and development areas? How well does your self-perception match how others see you?
If you do not want to leave the development of your professional future to chance, then the time has come to take your destiny into your own hands and do something for your career! Today’s world of work demands that we take more and more responsibility for the management of our own careers.
Maybe your employer has just asked you whether you would like to take a management career path or a specialist one. What is your choice? Where can you deploy your skills more profitably for your employer − and where do you see a PLUS in terms of your own motivation and satisfaction?
Many employees today are no longer willing to lose sight of values such as family, friends and free time in return for a career-related gain in power, success and recognition. But are you also willing to accept financial limitations and finish halfway up the career ladder? Now is the time to make an individual assessment of where you stand − and find out what your personal success factors are for a fulfilled life.
Added value from coaching
Coaching is tremendously useful for finding out what professional direction you want to take, or which specific measures are necessary for reaching a defined career objective.People who have assessed themselves clearly and have clear professional objectives are more satisfied and more successful in their work!