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Career Planning

The Steps Involved in Career Path Planning

Most people have goals, dreams and aspirations for their life. However, they end up keeping these goals in their heads, and in many cases, these goals get left unattained. There are many reasons why these goals never come to fruition. But, thanks to career path planning, you can get the help and guidance you need to help make your career goals a reality. Here are some of the steps that are involved in career path planning.
                         
The very first step in career planning is to write down your dreams and goals. Write down what you hope to achieve in your career and what you hope your career path looks like. These goals may not always be realistic, but writing down what you want is the first step to create a career action plan, which can help you put your career wants into motion.
                         
Once your goals are written down, a career action plan can be mapped out. A career action plan takes into account where you are starting at right now, including your current position and level of education, and where you want to be down the road. The path puts together steps that are needed to help you reach your career path, including applying for higher positions that allow you to evolve, going back to school to get the education you need, or participating in on-the-job training or apprenticeship programs to help you further your skills. A career action plan shows you exactly what needs to be done in order to make your career dreams a reality. Most people miss this step, and since they have no guidelines, they do not know how to get from one point to another, which ultimately results in them failing. Having a map helps to guide you, so you can reach your goals and dreams.
                         
Once you have a career action plan in place, the next thing for you to do is to follow your career path and make changes as needed to career path planning. New classes may open up, your dreams may change slightly, or you changes to the industry may force you to have to modify your plans. A career action plan is never set in stone, so most experts recommend that you review it every six to 12 months and allow yourself to make changes that are needed to help you reach your career goals.
                         
Career path planning on your own can be challenging, as you may not know how to go about career planning for the path you desire. Here at Bridgepath Career Advisors, LLC, located in Grafton, MA., we can help you create a path for your future career goals. Call us now to get started.