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“Can career transitions make someone a greater asset to the workforce?” with Paula Cowan, Career Transition Strategist

E62: “Can career transitions make someone a greater asset to the workforce?” with Paula Cowan, Career Transition Strategist

The expectation used to be that someone would stay working in one industry throughout their entire career. But today’s workforce has changed and Paula Cowan knows it’s commonplace for people to change careers, maybe even more than once or twice!

While some people may see this as starting over, Paula sees this as a way to bring a valued skill set to a new industry. In this Powerful at Work Radio episode, learn why hiring someone who has changed careers isn’t a bad thing and why it can be advantageous to your business…

Episode Outline:

  • [01:44] Being resilient enough to take your skill set to make yourself marketable…
  • [02:30] Why changing careers doesn’t mean someone is starting over…
  • [04:56] The advantages of hiring someone from a different industry.
  • [09:07] What’s a career autopsy and why is it helpful?
  • [10:02] People should look forward to those transition spots because you can only stay in a rut for so long…

About Paula Cowan:

Paula Cowan is a Career Transition Strategist and Energy Clearing Practitioner. 

She became the resource she needed 20 years ago when she was navigating her first career upheaval along with her own mental health struggles.  Drawing on her background in Human Resources and Behaviour Therapy, she now helps the 47% of employees who are really unhappy with their job to finally do something about it with her customized Career Shift and/or Jumping Ship programs.

Connect with Paula:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulacowan/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clearyourpath/

Website: http://paulacowan.com/

Book a free discovery call: https://calendly.com/paulacowan/30min

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