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which Path should i follow?
The reality is that most
individuals will change careers
multiple times in their lifetime,
but you can still set a plan
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In lewis Carroll's classic, alice's adventures in Wonderland,
you will remember that Alice comes to a crossroads with
two paths before her, each stretching onward but in opposite directions. She is confronted by the Cheshire cat, of
whom Alice asks, "Which path shall I follow?"
The cat answers, "That depends where you want to go. If
you do not know where you want to go, it doesn't matter
which path you take."
There may come a time in our careers, if it has not already,
where we will find ourselves as indecisive as Alice, standing at a crossroads and not knowing what path to
take, let alone even knowing how to decide on
Ideally, everyone would know their true
calling from an early age, have clearly
defined objectives and plans which would
guide them to finding happiness in their work,
and great meaning in life. unfortunately, it often doesn't
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of HUMAN Capital - Summer 2016
Career Crossroads – Which Path Should I Follow?
Grow Your HR Career by Helping to Grow Your Organization
Individual Career Pathing: Taking Charge of Your Own Career Path
Career Pathing Case Study: CompuCom Performance Support and Development Strategy
When Organizations Need Career Pathing Options
HR’s Future Career Path
Index of Advertisers/Advertisers.com
HUMAN Capital - Summer 2016