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The essentials to avoid making the wrong job move decision

If you're looking for a new job how do you stop yourself jumping from the frying pan into the fire by making the wrong decision?

For me, there are 4 key activities you can take to help the decision be a good one:

♦ Be confident about your values, skills and talents and how these are the foundation to finding fulfilling work

♦ Research jobs and sectors that you’ve never dreamed of working in before or ones you’ve never heard of, as well as those more familiar

♦ Get really clear about the type of work, sectors and organisations that suit you and just as importantly those that do not

♦ Create your focused plan for making the move you want and take a step forward every day

To really prevent you jumping from the frying pan into the fire though it helps to get clear on what would make a decision the wrong decision?

I’d suggest capturing, through writing and/or images, all the really positive and negative experiences you have had in your career to date, as well as how you want your new job to support and fit into your lifestyle.

Your reflections should help identify the core wants and don’t wants you can use as criteria to benchmark possible opportunities against.



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Michelle Tranter

Michelle Tranter

Career SOS, Work-Life Balance & Professional Development Coach

The World of Work can often be a challenging place to be. Are work worries keeping you awake? Are you facing redundancy? Have you fallen out of love with your career? Do you want life to be different? ​I'm Michelle Tranter, a qualified Career, Leadership and Life Coach, HR Practitioner and Trainer, with many years' experience of working in the real world - the ups and downs of managing a team, the wrath of autocratic management, being “dumped in at the deep end,” restructures, a crazy busy workload with no let up and often left feeling that I was dancing to someone else’s tune and not living my life. I've supported 100's of professional women, from all sectors, to take positive action and develop flourishing careers. Work and life are intertwined and you, the human behind your job title, are in the driving seat. Why not contact me and we'll have a chat about how I can help: *Featured Expert for Abintegro - the Career Development Portal *Featured Expert in Psychologies Magazine *Creator of "How to create a happy and productive work from home lifestyle" for Psychologies LifeLabs

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