When’s the last time you thought about applying for a new job?
Truth is, much like the cliche “the grass isn’t always greener on the other side,” it may not be your job that’s actually frustrating you.
The reason culture is king and position is queen is because the former rules over the latter.
Let’s say you land your dream job, but the culture is so toxic you end up quitting?
On the other hand, step into a company culture where you feel valued and working your way up doesn’t seem so bad anymore.
As a career coach, here are the implications: don’t just apply for positions, apply to companies you want to work for. If you get into the right cultural fit, it’s fairly easy to move up as an internal candidate.
That means as a job seeker (passive or active) you should be targeting companies you want to work for as much as positions you qualify for. The corporate world is evolving and what forward-thinking companies realize is: if you take care of your employees, they will in-turn take care of your customers.
In this day and age you and I have a plethora of choices.
A.D.D. isn’t a disorder, it’s the norm.
That means as workers, you have options.
Purpose and passion have been replaced by lifestyle as the driver…and culture supports that.