What is it that you really want to do with your career? It can be a tricky question to answer. This learning path guides you through the process of making a career decision, looking at the questions you can ask yourself and the steps you need to take to come closer to an answer.
When it comes to making a decision about the direction in which you’re going to take your career, it can often feel like there are no options or the options are overwhelming. This explainer video describes the three key steps that can make the career decision-making process not only manageable but inspiring
Figuring out what you want to do with your career may seem like a daunting process, and knowing where to start can be difficult. Here are four questions you can ask yourself to start thinking about the future of your career and what it is that you really want to do.
Figuring out what you want to do in your career can be a long and confusing process. This video sets out the first of five steps that can help make the process that much easier, which is to just relax and remember that everyone goes through this.
Finding a job that you really love is crucial to your happiness and success, but discovering what that job might look like isn't always an easy task. This video considers the five steps you need to work through to find the answer to that pivotal question: what do you really want to do?
Deciding what to do (next) in your career is no easy task, especially if you're coming up with more questions than answers. In this case it's important that you get back to the basics and find out where you're interests truly lie and what options are out there for you. Working through these 5 steps will help you look past the doubt and find some clarity and direction
Many people are apprehensive when it comes to changing career but there is no doubt that doing so can revitalise your life. However, for the change to be successful you need a mature, positive attitude and a willingness to work hard to make it happen. There are four points you must consider before attempting to change career.
Employers and careers advisors talk about the process you need to go through to choose a career: the steps to consider, pitfalls to avoid and tools and tips to help you narrow down your decision.
There's never been a better time to be your own career coach. After all, your career development sits with you. To be your own career coach, you just need to know the questions to ask yourself.