Career Direction

Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life” - Confucius

It is human nature to have doubts from time-to-time as to what we are doing in life, let alone where exactly our career may be headed. If you feel resonance with any of the below statements, rest assured, you are not alone:

  • It hit me, I’ve lost my passion and am just going through the motions at work
  • I’ve reached a plateau and can't quite seem to progress to the next level
  • I don’t have a long term career vision/plan guiding my current career decisions
  • I don’t think I have found my 'true calling'
  • I don’t get it, why am I constantly overlooked for promotions, often to less experienced staff?
  • I am getting older, and I am seeing more 'ageism' in the job search process or workplace.

Recalibrating your career

Stride Group’s various Career Mentor Programs are designed and available to people at all stages - from CEO's and other senior executives, to middle managers, more junior staff and school leavers looking to understand ‘what next’. We start with exercises aimed at improving self-awareness and gaining clarity - identifying your strengths and the 'blind spots' preventing you from getting to that next step. As needed we can help you create a powerful CV, improve job interview skills and show you how to network for both unadvertised and advertised positions (with emphasis on LinkedIn). All you need to do is contact us and we'll explain the process to you.

Take the First Step

Take the first step

If you’re interested in taking your first Stride, and want to learn more about how we can help you, please contact us today.

Did you know

Did you know

"What you thought before has led to every choice you have made, and this adds up to you at this moment. If you want to change who you are physically, mentally, and spiritually, you will have to change what you think."
~ Dr. Patrick Gentempo

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