We have found that by providing executives with a clear career path methodology coupled with productive feedback, they quickly gain clarity on their path for personal and professional success
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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 13, 2012
As the economy recovers and unemployment persists, many accomplished executives are now seeking productive and fulfilling career opportunities. Executive unemployment can many times be correlated with an individual’s level of clarity about either the opportunities that were missed or the understanding of the contributing factors that derailed their careers. Whether its unemployment, lack of advancement, or loss of passion, the number one solution for getting a career back on a track for success is having a crystal clear plan of action.
To help executives in the hospitality industry fine-tune their career focus and identify their next steps, Kathleen Wood and Matthew Chustz of Kathleen Wood Partners, along with Jennifer Tierney of Tierney Restaurant Services, have partnered to launch Crystal Clear Careers. “We have found that by providing executives with a clear career path methodology coupled with productive feedback, they quickly gain clarity on their path for personal and professional success,” said Wood.
Crystal Clear Careers provides executives a proven career development system for identifying new possibilities, re-awakening their passions and developing a new path for greater levels of success. “We are not life-coaching, recruiting or serving as substitute for other types of therapists. We are truly taking a pragmatic and transparent approach for providing clarity to support executives to achieve the success they are looking for at any stage of there career,” said Chustz. “The biggest issues for so many executives who get derailed is that they did not see the red flags, mis-read the warning signs and still worse thought that they were above the fray of corporate adjustment. Some executives now find themselves during their peak earning years on the sidelines or taking positions in desperation several levels lower than their last position,” added Tierney.
Finding a new path, thinking outside the box about career development and exploring new ways to approach a familiar market can be a great way to re-energize a career and get back on the rail to success. After years of a chaotic economy, chaos in the marketplaces, downsizing, right-sizing and fluctuating unemployment the window is opening again for executives to take back control of their careers with confidence because they are crystal clear about their path for personal and professional success.
For more information about Crystal Clear Careers please visit our website at http://www.crystalclearcareers.com