During a recent cafe visit, I eavesdropped on a conversation between four men with one telling the others that he had "Just enough money left for this transition."
Remember when career transition was an in-between stage? It was a time when you left one job to go to the next or moved to a new position within the same company and was typically a short-term action.
Career transition, today, is something that you can expect to do for as long as you plan to work. And with 1 in 4 American workers over 50 saying they don’t ever plan to stop working, professionals need to continuously assess their tools and techniques for what will become lifelong transitions.
This is especially true for professionals who have lost their job in this tanked economy. Losing your job, and unemployment, are among life's most
With the average time for finding a new job in the
U.S. approaching 25.1 weeks, people are definitely feeling the stress.
But did you know that how you react to the loss of a job will make or
break your search for new employment?
Forced gaps in employment can have a negative impact on your creativity and slow down your innovation spark--differentiating qualities in any economy.
Job-recovery and visualization expert, Dr. Lynn Joseph, is my guest this week on Coach for Innovation and will share five exercises from her groundbreaking job-loss program and visualization system to get you back to work fast.
You can catch Dr. Joseph at the Career Reboot Camp conference October 26-27 in San Rafael, CA.