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Category: Career Planning

Not happy and need a change in your career

AUTHOR: Michelle K.
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POSTED: November 4, 2015 at 10:58 am

As a child you pictured yourself teaching students and helping to shape their futures. You have been a teacher for many years, however you find yourself wanting to do something different, but not sure what that may be. Many people find themselves unsatisfied with their current career asking, “What do I want to do with... » Read Full Article

Defining your Core Career Plan

AUTHOR: Susan Brodie
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POSTED: February 4, 2014 at 1:41 pm

In parts one and two, we talked about assessing your current position and the steps to take to find a new one. In the final part of the series, we will talk about Tool #3, which provides the key for developing your career plan. This means understanding what your profession and career really are. Your... » Read Full Article

Mapping your Career Path

AUTHOR: Susan Brodie
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POSTED: January 30, 2014 at 10:39 am

In my first post, I covered how to accurately assess the current state of your career. Tool #2 will help you create a linear map of your career path. When I began teaching career planning, I thought a career path was something you followed that was laid out by your organizational or company structure.  I... » Read Full Article

Taking Charge of Your Own Career

AUTHOR: Susan Brodie
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POSTED: January 23, 2014 at 4:47 pm

In today’s work world, companies no longer watch over your career for you, no longer ensuring that there is a path to take to the top. Companies change quickly, so that there are many opportunities but not a lot of warning about what the next job choice for you may be.  You may even be... » Read Full Article

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