Empowering Your Teens To Find Their Dream Career
Learn 3 Strategies To Help Your Teens Discover Their Dream Career
Several years ago Dr. Karyn found herself in a unique spot. After working intimately with young people for nearly 20 years at her leadership and counseling center, she started receiving calls from 100’s of organizations (Fortune 500 companies, Government, Education, Healthcare, Trades) to help them learn how to attract, retain and manage this next generation successfully in the workforce. As she interacted and shared with these industry leaders, she learned firsthand from them what they were looking for, where the jobs were, and most importantly: what people needed to do to give themselves a competitive edge. This was powerful information! Meanwhile, she repeatedly heard from young people that they felt anxious about their career prospects and were overwhelmed with too many choices. Similarly, she repeatedly heard from adults already in the workforce that they were dissatisfied with their current job, or that they liked their company but not their current role, and didn’t know how to navigate their next career move.
To bridge this gap, Dr. Karyn developed a simple “3 Step Process” at her Leadership & Coaching Center to help people (high school, college / university students and adults transitioning) take strategic action with their career. After successfully applying this for several years with individual clients, she decided to make it accessible to more people and at a national level, and she created a 1-Day program (online OR at the Toronto office) called ‘Strategic Career’ to empower students and adults with these “3 Steps” and to help them find their direction in just 1 impactful day.
- Why are so many people (from all generations) struggling to find their dream career and how has the career landscape changed over the last 20 years
- 9 obstacles that are blocking people from finding their ideal career direction
- 3 simple strategies to help teens & adults find their career direction. These strategies apply to all age-groups, including high school students, college/university, or adults transitioning in their career