In this episode, I am excited to have Dr. Kimberly Jarvis on to talk about career transition: opening up that internal dialogue and finding those next steps.
Dr. Kimberly Jarvis is the CEO and Founder of All Career Matters, a consulting firm focused on leadership and team development. Kimberly has over 20 years’ experience in career and leadership development coaching with individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds and industries. Leveraging her leadership experience in several different industries, Kimberly creates and delivers customized organizational, leadership and talent development initiatives aimed at improving individual and team performance and engagement. She specializes in implementing large-scale programs and initiatives geared toward people development. Kimberly’s mission is to support leaders and teams with exceptional productivity and performance through practical strategies to enhance leadership and interpersonal skills.
- What someone who is unhappy at work should do to change the situation and start thinking and acting proactively.
- How someone should determine what aspects of their current work situation are not a fit and the difference between a change of career and a change of environment.
- How a career coach can help people that are going through these transitions.
- How people can assess future promotions/job changes with this knowledge as a foundation, and redefine their career by changing into a different niche rather than change their career altogether.
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