This session will prepare coaches to excel in career-focused sessions with clients seeking to change industries, improve job satisfaction, get promoted, or make career decisions. Career trends in recent years have spanned “The Great Resignation,” “The Great Reshuffle,” a “work from home” phenomenon, the “gig economy,” “quiet quitting,” and other shifts. Employees and employers are finding each other through different mediums and rejecting each other for new reasons. Best practices for interviewing, resumes, and networking have rapidly evolved. Young professionals joining the workforce report core values that differ from previous generations and significantly impact career decisions. A well-prepared career coach can address these issues and more for clients across generations. This session will prepare life coaches to strategize, advise, and train clients to identify and pursue work-related goals.
124 | The Great Resignation: Effective Career Coaching in the Digital Era and the Waning Workforce
Dina Jones, M.A.
Approved For CE
Pastors, Pastoral Counselors, Lay Counselors, Coaches
Approved For CME/CEU
1. Identify methods for coaching clients toward purposeful career decisions
2. Discuss how to prepare to strategize career transition success with coaching clients
3. Distinguish shifts in best practices for resume writing, interview prep, and networking
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