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Career Discovery
Career Fitness Profiler

Why we should invest in the development of career attitudes

Recently, I trained a number of outplacement professionals in the application of the Career Fitness Profiler, our career development instrument that, amongst other things, measures career attitudes in individuals. The notion of career attitudes inspired an interesting discussion about self-managmentEverybody agreed that the development self-management in the career was useful for coachees in the outplacement programs. At the same time, the outplacement professionals were worried that for some people, developing career attitudes was way over their heads. The reasoning was pretty much as follows: "Some of the coachees come in and just want to get another job as soon as possible. They are not interested in developing career attitudes. Once a new job is found, they want to believe that the new company will be a safe haven until they retire."

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