Choose a career that fits you!
NOTICE: 10/30/2014—I will no longer be taking clients as I am going on sabbatical for one year. I will return February 2016. Much Appreciation, Jan.
Stressed out? Talents underutilized? Not making a difference? Constantly wondering when you’re going to get laid off? In a dysfunctional organization with no change in sight? Simply baffled by all the different paths you could take? Wondering how to get your foot into the job market? You are not alone.
Most of us want more than just a paycheck. We want a fulfilling career that reflects who we are and what is important to us. However, choosing a new career can be daunting. Problem is, we often only consider skills and experience when making career decisions.
A great career fit is far more than that. It is something that honors who you are as a person, and takes into account your values, aspirations, personality, learning style, and core strengths. People that are in careers that fit are happier, healthier, more productive and more comfortable, inside of work and out.
Whether you are considering a mid-career transition, are entering the workforce after a major life transition, or are stepping out into the career world for the first time, I am here to help. My holistic approach will focus on exploring your motivations, interests, natural inclinations, skills and work experiences—the core ideals that will help you secure your place in the 21st century workforce. From that foundation, I will help you make authentic, appropriate and sustainable career choices to give you the rewarding and fulfilling life you deserve.
Please review the three programs listed above that best fits you. If you are interested in moving forward and have some additional questions, then contact me to schedule a free 1/2 hour informational interview.
Jan Reha, MA
40 Lake Bellevue, Suite 100
Bellevue, WA 98005
Phone: (425) 451-2878
"I was going through so much trauma and Jan was very supportive emotionally and personally. She did all of the career and personality testing to identify my interests. She looked at my family's career background. Then she identified the jobs that fit my interests and my background. She is aware of what is going in the workforce and of the demand for jobs. She kept me motivated and looking to the future, guiding me to immediately take classes at the community college and to start thinking about working for temp agencies that hire for the companies I would eventually be interested in working for." -Valerie, 43, Renton;
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