In the ever-evolving landscape of organizational change, it’s common to experience moments of unease when you question the need for a career change. This blog explores the concept of readiness for a career change. It's not just a feeling that something isn't right, but taking the necessary steps to prepare you for what does [or doesn't] come next.
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Summer is here. If you find yourself in a career transition, summer can feel like the perfect time for a break. But it is possible to be proactive about your job transition while also making time to truly enjoy the summer. The question is what does that look like.
The Star Tribune recently asked me about a topic that is top of mind for many -- job loss and layoffs. As a career coach, I often see people rush into the next thing. But if you are able to do so, I always recommend taking time to pause, assess, and plan.
Any transition, especially being laid off, is naturally stressful. When you experience a layoff, take time on the front end to grieve, work through feelings of anger, address burnout, plan, and explore what comes next for a more positive outcome.
Flexibility in how, when, and where you work is highly valuable and good for employee engagement. One would think workers would be finding more satisfaction with their work. But the most recent Gallup survey results tell a different story.