The career counseling programs strengthen your professional development. They are often initiated to resolve specific performance related issues.
Examples of such issues are:
- being unable to cope effectively with the increased responsibilities and tasks after a promotion or a change in one’s career;
- wanting to delegate more but finding it difficult to trust and develop other’s potential;
- having repeated misunderstandings and conflicts with colleagues and/or management;
- finding it increasingly difficult to deal with internal & external demands and deadlines.
For others career counseling focuses on further developing specific talents, or finding direction & making the right career choices. Job search support can be a part of this.
A career counseling program can be completed in 4 to 5 sessions plus time for your personal assignments. Before we begin, your career question, issues and goals are discussed and put on paper. Your goals are guiding and the results of the program will be evaluated in light of these goals.
Spending some time reflecting on career related issues can prevent derailment and it will help you to stay connected with your strengths and talents.