Your career, any career, happens in stages. You take on a role and begin to ascend the learning curve.  As you go, the expertise you develop and the relationships you build determine the direction of your advancement and inform your career decisions.

Success and satisfaction in your career requires that you take stock of that advancement and make course corrections when necessary. Wherever you are in this process, there is value in engaging in questioning, exploration and self assessment.

 

The trick is finding the time and space for this reflection.

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Engaging with a career coach will help you clarify your underlying motivations, fundamental strengths and short- and long-term goals so you can structure an actionable plan for moving forward. 

A professional coach's active listening and constructive feedback will keep you focused on your career objectives and accountable

to the process.