Current Social And Economic Trends Are Forcing An Increasing Number Of Workers Into Using 5 Critical Ingredients For Successful Job Change
Certified career professional, George Dutch, offers a new service based on major research results employing 7725 participants and 62 career intervention studies (Brown, Ryan & Krane 2000)
Ottawa (I-Newswire) October 4, 2012 - Many professional jobs, anything that can be routinized or automated, including IT as well as accounting, even law, are being outsourced to firms in Asia, especially India and China, but also Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines. In North America, the number one workplace disability is depression and related mental/mood disorders, which forces many workers to voluntary seek a job change to protect their well-being.
Certified career professional, George Dutch, offers a new service based on major research results employing 7725 participants and 62 career intervention studies (Brown, Ryan & Krane 2000), which concluded that FIVE CRITICAL TREATMENT INGREDIENTS improve the effectiveness of career choice outcomes and decision-making.
“Job change is the new workplace reality,” says Dutch. “Whether its voluntary or involuntary, an ever increasing number of individuals must learn to make effective job changes quickly in order to protect and promote their careers.”
Dutch has developed a service called ‘Job Change Done Naturally & Effortlessly’ to help individuals identify and define the high concept and high touch jobs that match their strengths and motivations, in order to help them earn more and live a better story.
His approach is organized around the 5 critcal ingredients suggested by the Brown et al. research:
1. Workbooks and written exercises. Dutch’s clients write out 8 stories about times in your life when they are doing what they enjoy most and do well, preferably stories about events/activities outside of work! This short 3 min video explains how, as does this short blog entry.
2. Individualized interpretations and feedback – individualized feedback on test results, goals, future plans, etc. regardless of intervention format. Dutch provides his clients with a personalized, customized JobJoy Report, a complete, accurate and reliable picture of an individual’s motivational pattern.
3. World of work information. The report matches a client’s motivational pattern to specific jobs in specific work settings. They are also given a strategy to move you from where they are now into a better jobfit, using their natural strengths to get them there quickly and easily. He also uses written materials that require clients to do their due diligence on job change, to write their goals, future plans, occupational analyses, etc.
4. Modeling. Dutch is insistent that anyone can make a successful job change and earn more with better work-life balance. He understands that job change is challenging; individuals need exposure to models of career exploration, decision-making, career implementations, etc. He lets his clients speak:
Example 1: Kanwal Sarai was a technical specialist as a software tester for a telecom firm, and transitioned to a Manager of Product Marketing for a firm that makes surveillance equipment for intelligence agencies. He did so without going back to school or taking any specialized training.
"I was not able to use my natural talents and abilities as a software tester which made me bored, frustrated and unmotivated. I felt a loss of control in terms of my career direction. Upon reviewing my stories, George's assessment was 100% accurate. Having him articulate my natural abilities and talents was a big eye opener for me. He identified me as an innovation evangelist, a person who is a great communicator, able to take complicated technologies, products and services and explain and present to people in a clear concise manner. I was a natural communicator who would do well in training, marketing or product management roles. This was big news to me."
Example 2: Maureen Dagg, went from stay-at-home mom of 17 years to Project Specialist with a national organization serving MDs.
“I did a JobJoy Report assessment with George about 5 years ago. His analysis changed my life. That was extremely emotional for me. It was probably the most profound insight anyone had given me about myself. It was very profound. I love working with George! I love the story analysis approach, and his solid advice. They were not just work experiences. He asked me what got me specifically excited. He made me really define things about it that were cool. Very, very important. George separated my natural talents from my just can do skills--including the ones I do really well.”
5. Attention to building support. Dutch provides ongoing support to clients but helps them develop activities designed to help clients build support for their career choices or plans.
Dutch has been a Credentialed Career Manager (CCM) first with the Career Management Alliance then with Career Thought Leaders since 2001, and has worked with over 3000 individuals in career transition over the past 20 years. His article ‘Linking Personal Stories to Employee Engagement’ was published recently by the National Career Development Association (http://tinyurl.com/cgpu5yx). His books are available from Amazon. His resumes and job search advice are published in numerous books. Besides his full-time practice, he provides career management advice to clients of The Impact Group and Careerbuilder.com
Kanwal Sarai Phone: 613.322.6203 firstname.lastname@example.org
Maureen Dagg Phone: 613-256-4551 email@example.com
Wendy Enelow, Career Thought Leaders, Phone: 434.299.5600 firstname.lastname@example.org
If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with George Dutch, please call George Dutch at 613-563-0584 or e-mail at email@example.com
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