Tag Archives: Career Transition

In-attentional Blindness in Career


Dear readers, can you recall an incident where you failed to notice your friend, or a relative or someone even though they were around you & visible to you. But you still didn’t see anyone of them unless they approached you. At … Continue reading

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Career Journey


A career is defined as the combination and sequence of roles played by a person during the course of a lifetime. These roles include those of child, pupil or student, citizen, worker, spouse, homemaker, parent and pensioner and less common … Continue reading

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Denial; Resistance; Exploration; Commitment – Four Stages of Career Transition


Career transitions are inevitable but embraceable – this needs a sense of direction and right attitude. These changes can be desired or undesired, voluntary or involuntary. I have personally gone through these transitions in terms of roles, tasks, outcome and … Continue reading

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Four Stages of Career Transition


40 hours a week for 40 years you will spend a total of 83, 200 hours at your job in lifetimes. Many people do not consider those hours “time spent well”. Career is the purpose of life and a lasting … Continue reading

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