Do you have an executive career strategy? If not, you are not alone. Most executives tell us that while they are working, they do not take the time to reflect on their past or their future. They float through the stream of career-life, going wherever the current carries them. Most of them eventually wind up in some unplanned and likely unwelcome shore.
You have been too busy working hard and trying to survive. Planning your next career move or developing a long-term executive career strategy that will lead to your personal financial security can easily end up on the to-do list that never gets done. Now is a great time for you to stop, step back and take stock of your own career planning. You may discover that you want to change industries or jobs. You may find that you wish to change careers.
Take at least a few hours and devote them to yourself and to planning your career strategies. Think about the things that you really want and why. Stop and analyze where you are in your career goals and think about whether a career change is something you should consider or not.
Below are links to several SC&C questions, quizzes and tests related to career change. Some of these job search exercises are easy. Some will challenge you. All of them will assist you in refining the focus of your working future.
After you complete the exercises, contact SC&C and let’s discuss what you learned about yourself, what you know, what you don’t know, what you need to know, and how we can help you build an executive search strategy to move you to the next level in your career plan. Stewart, Cooper & Coon has been guiding the nation’s executives for over 20 years and through our expert career advice, we can help you achieve your career and financial goals.