How to Bridge Your Career Transition
Good career management involves managing your career 365 days of the year. If you’re in career transition, it doesn’t necessarily mean you can take a stop gap job.
We’re on the bridge in London. You can bridge your career temporarily until you find that job that you want. Take a part time job or better still, if you’re a senior executive, take an interim management position that will bridge your career transition.
We’re on Waterloo bridge in London, which bridges the Thames from the North side to the South side. You can bridge your career by taking another temporary position while you’re in career transition. When you are given that pink slip, it doesn’t mean the end of the world. There are lots of opportunities out there for you, but you need to be prepared for that bridge.
Work hard, uncover opportunities. Interim management is becoming big. It doesn’t matter where you are in the world. In fact, there are specialist executive recruiters in interim management. Have you built a relationship with those executive recruiters? They can bring you huge value. Relationship management is important. A bridge is part of that relationship. Bridge your career now.