The Future of Work. The Fourth Industrial Revolution. 4.0 Readiness. Doing Good while Doing Well.

These are terms you may already be familiar with since you are now thinking of a career pivot or transition. The corporate ladder is not for everyone; disruption lies ahead because the future of work is changing, and technological and social forces are transforming how work gets done, who does it and even what it looks like.

In North America today, the average person stays in a job about 4.4 years with the younger generation a mere 2.5 years. So, over a lifetime you will wear many hats and have different titles. Figuring out what comes next is a journey.

Are you looking for purpose and a paycheck in your next act? Do you even know your purpose? Are you staying on the traditional path or taking the independent route and joining the gig economy? Perhaps the entrepreneurial plunge?

Career paths are less like a “race to the top” ladder and more like a jungle gym.

Career Questions

These are questions we will drill down into with you and explore many scenarios until we get it right. We have been offering informed advice and practical guidance for the last 15 years so our clients Think Big Picture & BOLD.

There are 3 key things to remember when you pivot or transition in your career – Be realistic, patient and willing to work incredibly hard. Changing career is uncomfortable and you may get frustrated, but you have to give yourself time and space to get it right.

Whatever your decision is, we will work with you to find ways to make the impact that is important to you, while demonstrating to your new employer or client that they have made the right call in having you onboard.

  • Do you know what you want? What you really, really want!

  • Do you understand your skills gaps? What do you know? What experiences do you have?

  • What are your weaknesses? What do you know for the next steps? How are you going to build your knowledge base?

  • How will you leverage your strengths?

  • How will you market your strengths?

  • What mistakes will you avoid?

Career Questions

These are questions we will drill down into with you and explore many scenarios until we get it right. We have been offering informed advice and practical guidance for the last 15 years so our clients Think Big Picture & BOLD.

  • Do you know what you want? What you really, really want!

  • Do you understand your skills gaps? What do you know? What experiences do you have?

  • What are your weaknesses? What do you know for the next steps? How are you going to build your knowledge base?

  • How will you leverage your strengths?

  • How will you market your strengths?

  • What mistakes will you avoid?

There are 3 key things to remember when you pivot or transition in your career – Be realistic, patient and willing to work incredibly hard. Changing career is uncomfortable and you may get frustrated, but you have to give yourself time and space to get it right.

Whatever your decision is, we will work with you to find ways to make the impact that is important to you, while demonstrating to your new employer or client that they have made the right call in having you onboard.