There are all sorts of problems with our educational process and its relation to career choice. One problem that I rarely see cited by other writers is creating the false notion that change happens automatically. Consider how change occurs in school. 4th grade over. Time for 5th grade and all the massive changes – from a 4th grade perspective – follow.
Many of Career Counseling Connecticut’s clients seem to believe that career change will happen similarly. Our work provides structure for our clients so that they have a process for change. After crafting the career vision, we help our clients make the vision a reality.
I used to think that the crafting of the vision was our biggest contribution. I know now that helping our clients turn career visions into reality is at least equal.