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Q: I’ve reached the point in my career where I don’t feel challenged anymore and within my current role, there’s really nowhere else for me to grow. What I’d really like to do is something outside of the administrative bucket. I’ve learned a lot and developed some great skills in a variety of areas and now I’d really love to take that learning and apply to something a little meatier, if that makes sense.
That being said, I’m not entirely sure where I want to direct my career development. – Marilyn
A: The first step in clarifying your next ideal career is to get in touch with what you enjoy doing the most. Not what you are great at, but what you enjoy.
Second, I would suggest that you are clear on your wiring or your personality. Are you analytical and detail oriented? Do you enjoy meeting new people and building relationships? Do you like making decisions and taking the lead, or, are you content being a supportive team member to a bigger picture and project? These will help guide you to a more fulfilling career.
Third, write down a list of EVERY skill you have. Include soft skills such as self-awareness, stress management, self confidence as well as your hard skills. Hard skills are things often learned and trained for where the rules stay the same. Math, physics, the ability to analyze data, etc. are hard skills.
Think of any and every skill you have- OUTSIDE of your current job. Do you volunteer at church, a non profit organization, or at your kid’s school? What were your responsibilities there? Include those. Do you do the budget for your family? Manage and organize your kid’s activities, appointments, etc? Are you sought after by friends or family to give encouraging advice on a situation? That’s a coaching and teaching skill. Do you journal a lot? Then you have the ability to process, write, and create.
Seeing these skills on paper will boost your confidence and can be used as a guide in career searches. Look at the jobs that seem to interest you…See if your skills match those jobs.
Meet with people in a field of interest to you. Ask them what their job responsibilities are. Meeting with new people builds up your network and is a great way to learn more information about a potential career shift.
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