We have fitness coaches and sports coaches, why not a “career” coach? So follow me here: If research repeatedly shows 50% of employees are unhappy at work and 70% of U.S. workers are not engaged in their work, then wouldn’t it make sense to talk to someone who specializes in helping people explore career options, identify their strengths and move into a satisfying career?
Logical, right? Career experts can get your career moving in new directions.
Consider using a career expert to help guide your career through one of these moves:
#1 Move within same organization with expanded responsibilities
#2 Move within same organization with different responsibilities
#3 Move within same industry in to a different organization
#4 Move using same skills in to a different industry
Practical career advice can help you plan out which move is best for you. The goal is to get into a meaningful career that you find satisfying– and career coaches can get you there.
- Sunny K. Lurie, PhD.