Career planning for adults is not new, but with the ever changing economy, taking the time to sit with a qualified third party before heading in a new direction is not only smart, but crucial. There are significant considerations involved, and many people feel like they cannot take the risk.
For many people, their identity is wrapped up in what they do. When what someone does is inconsistent with their values, interests, skills and abilities unhappiness is often the result.
Are you struggling to answer questions like these:
- What do you want to do with your life?
- How will you transition from this career to the next career?
- Are you satisfied with your career?
- Do you plan on staying where you are for the rest of your life?
- Do you hesitate to make a career change because you’re not sure how to go about it?
Career Counselling may help you answer these questions, learn more about yourself, and face the future with confidence! Is it time to change careers?
The process of career counselling enhances:
- self-understanding and identity
Essential knowledge about the world of work increases as skills are developed for both career planning and life. After counselling, decisions around career, educational choices, and lifestyle are made more easily and with greater confidence and peace of mind. How job interview coaching helps.
Success in career planning is determined by the quality of the connection formed between client and counsellor. Annette Poechman gets top marks when with working college and university students and graduates, adults and career changers of all ages. Her services are available in the regions of Halton and Hamilton. Read more about Annette.
It is through her innate ability to listen, guide and care, that Annette is able to help clients link past experiences to future dreams and goals.
Career and education planning for adults often includes activities such as these:
- objective career testing
- identification of post-secondary programs and related schools
- information on potential careers and career trends
- considerations for returning to school
- insights for improving current career satisfaction
- knowledge related to changing careers
Annette provides career counselling for adults of all ages and life stages, whether you’re entering the workforce for the first time, returning to the workforce, or unhappy with your current employment status and ready to make a change.
Annette is qualified, experienced and proficient in dealing with individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds and who may have differing skill levels. Everyone’s career path is important.
Contact Annette Poechman today about Career Counselling.