In this phase individuals find themselves in an exploratory phase of dealing with their career transition and are seeking clarity in order to decide which direction they want to go next. They are eager to find out what is important to them in their personal and professional lives. By clarifying their talents, values and mission in life they will find what they are most interested in and understand where they can find this combination in the workplace. To help you find out if you are in the Discovery Phase of your Career Transition, answer the questions in the Discovery Phase of the Career Quiz or go to the Discovery Resources.
In this phase individuals have a fairly clear idea of who they are, the type of position they are interested in and the type of environment they are best suited for. They are seeking specific information, connections and strategic skills that they need to obtain a fulfilling career. The specific steps in this phase are Personal Preparation, Professional Preparation, Job Search, Interviewing and Offer Acceptance. This includes information on resumes, salary negotiation, social networking and much, much more. To help you find out if you are in the Design Phase of your Career Transition, answer the questions in the Design Phase of the Career Quiz or go to the Design Resources.
In this phase individual have found employment and are seeking ways to become more productive in their work, deal with change more effectively, resolve conflicts, and increase their ability to grow in their current positions. It focuses on the areas of interpersonal skills, creativity and communication. To help you find out if you are in the Development Phase, answer the questions in the Development Phase of the Career Quiz or go to the Development Resources.