The Navigating your Career Route Map program is all about helping you discover and explore practical strategies and tips that may help you navigate how you can achieve your definition of success.
This program combines facilitated discussion with elements of coaching, mentoring and Mastermind processes. The program is presented in a small group, accessible, online setting, and includes individual Thought Partner sessions with me.
I’ll be sharing my insights into how you can navigate your work life, based on my successful military career, my transition to life as a veteran and entrepreneur, and the successes my coaching clients and mentees have experienced.
You’ll be participating in an interactive online group setting, which immediately expands your Friendly Forces network, and gives you an accountability partner group.
You may be wondering what Thought Partner means. Until I sat down to write this post, I thought it was a term I made up, to describe how I prefer to work with people.
Then I googled “Thought Partner” and learned that the term has been around since at least June 2012, when Rania Anderson, a wildly successful Speaker, Author, and Executive Business Coach, wrote a guest post for Forbes which reads in part:
“A Thought Partner is someone who:
Challenges your thinking.
Causes you to modify or change your paradigms, assumptions or actions
Has information or a way of thinking that provokes you to innovate or otherwise leads to value creation in your business, career or life.
A Thought Partner is different from a Thought Leader. Thought Leaders are people who are clearly and widely recognized as leading experts and visionaries in their field.
Thought Partners may also be Thought Leaders, though generally, they are not. Thought Partners are usually people who possess information, knowledge, or a way of thinking that challenges and provokes divergent thinking and action for you. Your Thought Partners may arise from within any area of your life; you just have to engage with and listen to them. When you can attune yourselves, there is music to be made.”
These words resonated so powerfully that the first thing I did after reading them was to reach out through LinkedIn to invite Rania to join my network. (We're now connected!!!) Then I went back to writing.
Wondering if the Navigating your Career Route Map program might be for you?
- want to make changes in your work life, develop your career, and/or explore other career options; and
- are willing to do the hard work of figuring out why things aren’t going the way you expected, to face things you might rather ignore, and to communicate with radical candour;
- then this program might be the one you’ve been searching for!
I look forward to meeting, learning about, and sharing thoughts with the 12 participants in the Navigating your Career Route Map: Designing Courses of Action to Help You Achieve Your Definition of Success program. I hope to connect with you soon!
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