Your dream job might be hidden in your attic

Lees, John
September 2009
People Management;9/10/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 19, p38
The article discusses how coaching practitioners can help their clients find the job that they are looking for. It points out that people's memories of times that they were attentive or the interests they continue to remember provide clues on what they would want to do next. Coaches are advised to go beyond job matching and start thinking that some people are contented to do things for only three and a half days out of the five-day work week.


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