Doesn’t everything die at last, and too soon? Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? (The Summer’s Day)
In our parents’ generation, most people stayed in the same career throughout their working lives. Today, such loyalty is seen as a lack of initiative or an unwillingness to take risks. According to Statistics Canada, 20% of workers changed jobs in 2012, with approximately 80% of job openings being the result of workplace mobility.
For many people, a career change offers the opportunity to reinvent their lives. Defining values, strengths, aspirations, and sources of satisfaction are key elements of finding or creating the right job. I work with people who are tired of the “same old, same old.”
As one of my clients reflected, “I realized I am the leader who helps people see the greatness that is within each of them.” After an extensive job search coupled with contract work, she found a position that let her be the kind of leader she is meant to be!
I want to work with you to create the work life you desire!