Career success is an achievable goal. What are you waiting for? While the Oxford dictionary defines a career as “an occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person’s life and with opportunities for progress” we all know that things aren’t that straightforward and simple! Rather than an effortless task, effective career planning and […]
I have been working with CEOs and senior executives to improve their chances of finding success. This blog features some helpful ideas and tips as well as some key insights from my recent chat with Sam Mostyn, Chair Citibank Australia and Carriageworks, NED Virgin Australia, Transurban, Mirvac and Sydney Swans.
A recent interview with a Clinical Psychologist uncovered the key to alleviating the mid life crisis is to have meaningful goals and activities – and they may not be those you’ve been working toward for all your life…..
So, you’ve applied for your dream job. You’re convinced that you have everything they want in the successful candidate. You’ve been called by the recruiter, called in for an interview. It went well. You’re called in for an interview with the company. And another interview. As each stage progresses you’re more and more invested in the role – and more and more convinced you’re the only one who has all that the organisation is looking for. Who could be more qualified? Surely nobody! You may even be called to provide referee details and sign up to a background checking process.
There are, of course, numerous ways that you can do such an annual evaluation of your career, and you should make sure you do it in a way that best suits your needs and circumstances.