The Career Re-invention program is administered to career changers and
begins with the creation of a success map.
In a three-hour exercise facilitated by Dr. Marcia LaReau, you will discuss the successes throughout your life. This includes all prior employment, but is not limited to your work life.
If possible and comfortable, spouses are encouraged to attend this session. Their perspective is different and they bring additional value and dimension to the process.
Following this session, the information is analyzed thoroughly to identify:
- your core values,
- sets of skills,
- and the optimum work environment.
Through this process, Dr. LaReau constructs your success map.
Then you and Dr. LaReau meet for approximately 2 hours to validate the findings and discuss possibilities for your next step.
A third session may be needed to investigate and hone in on current opportunities.
This process is designed to guide you through a shift in your self-perception, manage doubts and bring definition about your optimum employment situation.
We take much of our identify from our occupational successes, so in order to successfully change careers, it is necessary to change the way you think about yourself.
It doesn’t replace current perceptions but adds significant dimension to them. The confirmation of a new or fuller identity is a major step in the process.
The Career Re-invention process is designed to:
- identify new directions,
- assess the potential risks of each,
- and equip you to maximize your success and
- reduce the time it takes to arrive at the next step.
Following a Career Re-Invention process, we will be able to:
- strategize your next steps,
- prioritize actions,
- and define the process to change from your current situation and establish the next stage.
This includes the Career Re-Invention process. It does not include support to move to the next step, such as résumé preparation, etc.
For a free consultation and to learn more about Career Re-Invention, contact Dr. Marcia LaReau at (860) 833-4072.
These services may be tax-deductible.