Career Dilemma #1

I am in a dying, no-growth industry.  I am in a human traffic jam of peers who want to exit the organization and the industry.  How do I stand out from the crowd?  What type of exit strategy do I need?

Career Dilemma #2

I am in a shrinking two-player industry that is hearing a death knell due to the explosive growth of a new player that offers a low cost technology-based solution.  In the last two years, even my large legacy customers have begun to switch to the technology company as their contracts expire.  

Career Dilemma #3

I am in a slow-growth industry.  I know of some peers who want to move to another industry or a different organization in the next 12 months.  What should I do to get ready to make a career move?

Career Dilemma #4

I am in a job with good growth potential and advancement opportunity. My organization is healthy and thriving.  How do I ensure that I make the right career moves at the right time?

Career Dilemma #5

I am at a career crossroad. While I am a respected leader in my organization and the role is still challenging, I know I don’t want to stay in the same company/role or a similar company/role for the next 20 years.  I can probably move up a couple of levels over the next five years.  What should I do now to prepare – when I am not sure what I want to do next?


Fleur-de-lis small3


© All rights reserved.

Christine M. Glasco, Career Coach – consults to company executives, business owners and non-profit leaders on career management, career transition and strategic leadership development solutions.  To request a complimentary copy of Five Tips to Transform Your Executive Career  and to receive Who Needs a One Page Career Plan? You Do!   Website:   Email:  Phone:  1.940.367.0837


Share and Enjoy:
  • Print
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • Facebook
  • Yahoo! Buzz
  • Twitter
  • Google Bookmarks

Technorati Tags: , , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Join The Discussion

Thank you for visiting our website. Feel free to join the discussion by leaving comments, and stay updated by subscribing to the RSS feed.
© 2011 CG Consulting Group
Powered By KMD Consulting & Freelance