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POWER UP YOUR CAREER

Over the last couple of years, there has been a significant surge in demand for career coaching. Much of this demand is closely linked to the changing needs of workers, triggered by Covid-19 and the great resignation, which led to 4.4 million people quitting their jobs.

Job seeker’s guide to salary negotiations

One’s salary is the most quantifiable variable of one’s worth in the professional job market, and that is why this variable gets …

5 critical soft skills laid-off employees should embrace to land a job

Do not blow your trumpet. Show how your skills align with the company’s requirements. Whether laid off due to business headwinds or …

What makes Indian managers like incoming Starbucks CEO Laxman Narasimhan unique? It's in their DNA

As Laxman Narasimhan is named the CEO of the world’s largest coffeehouse chain Starbucks, the spotlight has again fallen on the spectacular rise of Indians at the top of the global corporate order.

Hybrid work model: Boon or bane for a healthy work-life balance?

Work-life balance has become a buzzword in a post-pandemic world. Survey has also found that employees are preferring a healthy work-life balance over a higher salary and that some workers are attracted to a new role for the work-life balance it provides.

How to find this thing called work purpose? Has anyone got its mail ID?

It is not something which can be discovered one fine day, yet it’s not hiding from you, says a career coach. Switching jobs may not help. The best way to learn what one really enjoys doing is to try a lot of things early on, he says.

How to navigate your midlife career crisis?

Research shows that many working professionals, even those with evidently enviable careers can often grow dissatisfied with their jobs in their mid – forties. They may regret past choices such as the road not taken, or feel they are stuck in a rut thinking, “Is this all there is to the rest of my working career”?

How to navigate a midlife career crisis?

A mid-life career crisis amongst working professionals is caused as they become disengaged with their jobs

How to navigate a mid-life career crisis?

Working professionals having a mid-life career crisis are most commonly caused by becoming disengaged from their jobs. Professionals who choose a career path that is not their genuine calling are most likely to experience this. Being in a misaligned career is what this is known as. In other words, “I’m in the incorrect field or position, now what?” And this remorse starts to be seen as the cause of the mid-life career crisis as you decide what to do next.

How To Get Through A Midlife Career Crisis? Take Notes

According to research, many working professionals, even those with obviously successful professions, can start to feel unsatisfied with their employment about the middle of their forties. They might feel stuck in a rut, wondering, “Is this all there is to the rest of my professional career,” or they might regret earlier decisions they made, like the route not taken. Sawan Kapoor, a career coach will guide on how to navigate your mid-life career crisis.

How to navigate a mid-life career crisis?

According to research, many working professionals, even those with obviously successful professions, can start to feel unsatisfied with their employment about the middle of their forties. 

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According to research, many working professionals, even those with obviously successful professions, can start to feel unsatisfied with their lives in the middle of their forties.

How to navigate a mid-life career crisis?

Working professionals having a mid-life career crisis are most commonly caused by becoming disengaged from their jobs. Professionals who chose a career path that is not their genuine calling are most likely to experience this.

The significance of career counselling in today's competitive job market

Individuals who build great careers can help you understand which boundaries to keep and which to cross so you can build that environment of support that is required to propel you to deliver breakthrough ideas and deliver unexpected impact

 

Tackling Workplace Politics

Managing office politics is all about knowing which boundaries to keep and which boundaries to cross.

Negotiating salary? Look at the big picture, not just money

Moneycontrol interacted with industry leaders to find out some interesting and effective ways to manage crucial salary negotiations.

This Career Coach Has Empowered 1.5 Lakh+ Working Professionals With Knowledge & Motivation

Recently we interacted with Mr. Sawan Kapoor, Career Coach, who has successfully trained more than 1.5 lakh career aspirants via “Power Up Your Career” masterclasses.

Work - Life Balance: Dream or Reality

The pandemic brought a paradigm shift in the work culture, shaking the work – life balance working professionals experienced.

How Sawan Kapoor is using the prowess of his masterclasses to re-shape the career of working professionals

Sawan Kapoor, known as The Career Guy, is India’s leading career coach. Growing his  career at an accelerated pace, Sawan rapidly moved through roles of progressive  responsibility and was appointed the CEO of Sutton & Maxwell (A Palm Bay International  Investment) within just 8 years of starting his career.  

Dealing with rejection and building resilience as a working professional

Any professional who wants to build an exceptional career will have to face rejections at various stages of their career. These rejections may present themselves in the form of not getting the job that you want, being passed over for promotions, or even being fired and so on.

When the office desk is life: Is being a workaholic good or bad?

Industry experts say being a workaholic is not bad in itself. After all, working hard to get things done so you can take time off later is a good plan but what about work-life balance?

Appraisals amidst layoffs: How to tread the crucial path of justifying expectations

Moneycontrol interacted with a few experts to understand if it would be wise to demand an appraisal, the expectation a candidate should have from the managers, and how to justify self-assessments.

FEATURESTORIES K. Ramya SreeOver the last couple of years, there has been a significant surge in demand for career coaching. Much of …

One’s salary is the most quantifiable variable of one’s worth in the professional job market, and that is why this variable gets …

Do not blow your trumpet. Show how your skills align with the company’s requirements. Whether laid off due to business headwinds or …