7 Killer Career Self-Assessment Questions

June 24, 2011
7 Killer Career Self-Assessment Questions SEAK, an eclectic Cape Cod-based organization offers some insights Inspired Tim Tolan's provactive
7 Killer Career Self-Assessment QuestionsSEAK, an eclectic Cape Cod-based organization offers some insights
Inspired Tim Tolan's provactive post, I've posted here a link and high-level outline of Steven Babitsky 'Physicians Personal Career Inventory.' Although directed at practicing physicians, the career growth considerations for CIOs and other CXOs working in healthcare are common: 1. The Level of Support from Their Spouse/Significant Other2. Desire to Relocate?3. Financial Situation4. What are your strengths, skills and abilities?5. Additional Training6. What is your passion?7. What makes you unique?Babitsky, a recovering attorney and successful career transitioner, concludes as follows: [People] who are considering a career transition should take a critical look at their current situation. They should be prepared to take a personal career inventory. [People] who start their transition with an honest look at their current situation, abilities, talents and passions will be on the way to a successful career transition. It seems that Babisky might have communicated, through the priority sequence here, something deeply important about an objective self-assessment. What do you think?

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