When you decide to take the leap onto the job market, you will have a lot of opinions from friends and family. How do you manage the good, bad and ugly opinions about your job search?
We know your friends and family love and care for you. They only want the best for you. Managing the expectations of those around you is important.
When conducting a job search you will receive all kinds of advice, solicited and unsolicited. It is important to know how to handle both types that will come your way as you chart a course to your next position.
You may hear people say, “I just want to make sure that you’re going to do the right thing”. We can all appreciate that sentiment, and at the same time you need to make sure you have your own expectations with the new position. Don’t be disillusioned by those who think they know more.
If you are not confident in what you are doing or the ways you are looking for a job,Career Find is a great resource for you.
Let us help you determine your direction, develop a strategic job search strategy, implement plan execution and prep you for the interview process, so you feel confident in your decisions as you pursue your next steps.
Take the time to make a list of all your needs and wants for your ideal job. Do you want to move to a new location? Do you want to stay in the same industry? Are you looking for advancement?
Once you know what you want, you will be more comfortable receiving advice.
To get on the right job search track with confidence, send me an email.