Many people like their jobs but struggle with stagnation or communication issues, cultural alienation or even employment trauma. Before looking for another job, consider asking for help in these areas:
Addressing workplace conflict and improving relationships.
Understanding communication styles and personality types.
Analyzing roadblocks to advancement.
Recovering from employment trauma, whether it consists of one incident or is ongoing.
Depending on your circumstances, your EAP or health insurance may be used. A free consultation is provided over the phone. Please contact me through the "Learn More" page for assistance.
Career transitions and job searches can be confusing, and if this is the case for you, a good career counselor will provide emotional support, work at a comfortable pace for you, and integrate your priorities into the process of exploring what is next for your career path. Working with a career counselor will help make the transition as smooth as possible, with results that are fulfilling for you. Cedarwood will refer you to career counselors who focus specifically on these areas:
Career Exploration at any stage of life from entering the job market to post-retirement.
Assessments such as the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs.
Resumes and Cover Letters that engage employers and allow you the flexibility to alter as you need to.
Interviewing with confidence.
Networking Strategies that help you break the ice with professionals who can help you.
LinkedIn Profiles that present your professional accomplishments, experience, and skills to employers.
Negotiating for a higher starting salary.
Career or Calling
Doing work that is fulfilling on a deep level is vital to our happiness. Addressing spiritual needs is at the root of vocational guidance and can include discussions about spiritual values and priorities. You're invited to bring up this aspect in your career exploration for integration into your decision making.