"... career consolidation is achieved through internalization of a new set of mentors. If fortunate, we never become too old to internalize those whom we admire." Dr. George Vaillant, director of the Study of Adult Development at Harvard Medical School for thirty years
Why are many Career Coaches narrowly effective? Many Career Coaches rely upon lists of competences, skills gap analyses, and tests that have limited application. Very few understand their client's brain and mind and how to help enhance either area. ECRIT Career Coaches are not like these other Career Coaches who rely upon current trends in hiring instead of knowing and building up the actual job seeker.
Why are few corporations helpful to their employees? Interestingly, companies spend enormous time and effort trying to change the perspectives, priorities, and behaviors of their clients instead of their employees. Of course, corporations provide on-boarding and training, but skills and roles are not the same thing as personality. Many organizations and business coaches use questionnaires like the Myers-Briggs test with the false assumption that people's personalities cannot be changed. In fact, Sigmund Freud started psychotherapy with the intent of improving people's personalities. However, personality is not the only thing needs to be addressed.
Optimize Your Brain and Mind with ECRIT as You Establish the Better Path All professionals need to learn how to use their brains and minds more effectively. It is rare for anyone in college or a business to teach people how to do that. Thus ECRIT Career Coaching helps professionals to optimize themselves. The ECRIT Career Coaching service also helps professionals of any level for the complexities of career success.
"It has always been true that some people do their work expertly but not very responsibly. People who do good work, in our sense of the term... rather than merely following money or fame alone, or choosing the piece of least resistance when in conflict, they are thoughtful about their responsibilities and the implications of their work... they are concerned to act in a responsible fashion..." Professor Howard Gardner, Professor William Damon, and Professor Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Good Work