Seven lessons about career change

One of the desired changes I coach people individually on, is career development. 
My approach in my role as a personal coach is systemic:  bringing the ‘who’s’ and ‘what’s’ in the room that matter now, or that could be significant for the coachee.
To some extent my thinking on career growth is based on the work of Herminia Ibarra, professor of Organizational Behavior (London Business School).
Summarising this clip with Mrs Ibarra, I would suggest: ‘Experiment-and-monitor much more instead of default applying the model of analysis-and-implementation’.
Whilst you watch this clip, take some written or mental notes. 

Enjoy!

Peter Musschoot

Founding Mind The Solution in 2010, Peter is a trusted partner across sectors all over the world (logistics, life sciences, academia, community building, scale-ups, etc.). His aim to affect people with my passion for training, team & personal coaching and large group facilitation. He also co-create change whilst building a vision with teams and organisations. His personal motto: ‘Catching People Doing Things Better’.

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