Designing and implementing a career development plan is a complex process. Like many folks, you selected a major as a college undergrad and looked for work in that industry upon graduation. You got that first job and then looked for ways to advance within your company or moved on to other companies in search of both greater financial and promotional opportunities. For most of us, however, that process seemed haphazard and lacking in organization. What we needed was a plan.
In my training as a chaplain, life and career coach, I integrated the work of my mentors into a model I call Life-Work Discovery. Click here to learn more.