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Businesses have spent billions of dollars on HR, career development, and job search/placement. Yet, research shows us that close to 80% of individuals hate their jobs! They don't find satisfaction or fulfillment in the work they are doing.

Transforming the career process requires new paradigms. Replace the notion of career with the belief that each person has a calling—an anchor and theme throughout life. Some authors call it life mission. At CRG, we use the concepts of life purpose and source.

You must know who you are before you can look for a career. The position needs to fit you, not the other way around. First, you must be clear about what you want in all areas of your life.

CRG's assessments help give you clarity in the various areas of your life and assist you to take action to change or improve your life, from values clarification and health levels to personal style tendencies.

If we are going to make a real difference and increase people's level of engagement at work and their fulfillment in life, we need to start embracing new paradigms.

Are you a professional stuck in the status quo or are you willing to break free to Enrich People's Lives?

CRG is dedicated to helping you find the right job to match your work style. Why does the Job Style Indicator focus on the work style? The stats are clear. Most individuals will have, on average, 14 to 16 different jobs, so planning a career is not about jobs. It's about establishing a theme for the person.

You must know who you are before you can look for a career. The position needs to fit you, not the other way around. First you must be clear about what you want in all areas of your life. The law of attraction is real. Careers and jobs are here to serve your calling. Unless you are clear on all aspects of a job position, that means any job will do.

Only after you have outlined what you want in your life can you start documenting your ideal career or position in detail.

Your ideal career

  • What are your duties?
  • With what kind of people do you wish to work?
  • With what type of company?
  • How does this ideal career fulfill your purpose, passion, gifts, and talents?

Summarize the value you offer to the world of responsibility and work. This summary should include your preferred Personal and Work Styles.

Research your marketplace; determine where you would like to work. That's right. Forget the job-placement ads.

  • Think more about who fits your criteria.
  • List your abilities, talents, and skills that can help those companies achieve the following:

Make more money * Save money * Improve their efficiencies