Midlife Career ChangeHow To Prepare, How To Succeed by Gunnar Jaschik firstname.lastname@example.org://www.thecareernavigator.com
Senior position Providing for family Junior position Established Not much to loose yet Less time left Highly flexible Limited flexibility Provides for herself only Costly lifestyleInexperienced Big repertoire Still enough time More particular likes / dislikesExpectations from other people mostlylimited to parents
Goal: Opportunities to Outweigh Risk Risk Opportunity Stepping Out Of Comfort Zone More time for the family Not Sure What Else To Do Feeling to live fully Limiting Beliefs Less Stress Excited about work Fear Sense of Meaning Other People’s Independence Expectations
Approach: Think like a Designer toReduce the Risk Of Reinventing Your Career First: Dive deep enough to really understand the client’s problem Start with an “anything is possible” attitude and create ideas!
Project: Design a Successful and Fulfilling Career Self Awareness 1. Design Criteria 2. Create change ideas 3. Select, create concepts & build relationships 4. Pick most compelling concepts and start implementing them 5. Check feedback and learn 6. Iterate!
My Perfect Referrals• Experienced and successful professionals who know they have to change something but don’t know what or how• Senior Expatriates who have to decide how to move on after their assignment• Companies and HR Departments who want to keep their experienced people on board
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