We are happy to give you some ideas on how to plan for the launch of your Project Me Pro training system. The following are a few questions you can review and consider as you decide the best working model for you, your institution, and your users.
Liberal arts programs turn out some of the most interesting and refined people in our society, but they can face a challenge with employability. Have you ever heard the question:
There are many great answers to this question, but they are not always clear or straight forward. Liberal arts majors and graduates need to do extra, focused work to develop clarity about their career path and how what they study will apply to the professional world.
Job transitions are incredibly stressful. They are so stressful that I often find myself telling clients to take a deep breath and relax when we start to work together. Their voices shake and the stress energy reverberates off of them. I can sense that they are not sure what to do, where to go, what to expect – so many unknowns make for a nervous temperament. I want to make them a cup of tea and hand them a soft blanket. Rub their hair and say in a soothing, motherly tone that everything will be okay in the end.
I get inspired to write from my clients. And sometimes my neighbors.
This morning on my walk back from dropping my son at school I had a chat with one of the other moms. She looked haggard (well, we all do some mornings, don’t we?) and mentioned that she just took a job in Cambridge MA. That’s a 45 minute commute from us without traffic. My breath caught. Ohh…you have 3 kids…ohh…you have to leave at 6am every morning…ohh…your morning nanny just quit…ohh…
Question: What is the first thing you do when you think about looking for a new job?
Answer: Pull up LinkedIn job boards and search Google to see what is out there.
Sound familiar? It’s okay. Everyone does it.