There are two types of change for a career seeker. The first is a result of present circumstances, where there is a hope for change and improved conditions. This feeling of wanting change may or may not lead to action, depending upon the discomfort or severity of these circumstances. The second type of change is a true desire for improvement and it is usually followed by some type of concrete action, which may begin with the formation of a plan or goals. Readiness for change occurs when the career seeker begins taking steps towards an improved outcome or set of results.
Moving from hope for change to a true desire for change happens because of learning and continued growth. Learning can take place in a formal or structured setting, such as classroom training or a continuing...Continue reading »