Career coaching is a great way to get personal help with establishing your professional goals, making career decisions, creating and executing plans, and overcoming obstacles that may come in your way. Career Coaches work with people to help them assess their talents and make critical decisions about career choice and direction. Whether fresh graduates thinking about their first career  choice,  or  an  established  professional  looking  to  advance  within  their  career,  or maybe somebody contemplating a career change.

With this in mind, International Coaching News (iCN) online magazine is delighted to announce the release of its 18th edition, with the theme Career Coaching, inspired by the many people who are making leaps and bounds in their careers.

This edition is loaded with content on a variety of relevant topics such as helping people assess talent and make critical decisions about career choices and directions. It is also focused on helping business professionals make well-thought out  choices on how to manage career transitions, how to source the support they need to progress up the corporate ladder, how to cope with redundancies, and even how to approach retirement. In this 18th edition, look out for the article ‘Difficult People at Work: How to Handle the “Bad Guys”’ by Terry Hill from United Kingdom. In this article, Terry shares tips in dealing with employees with difficult behaviours and avoiding future problems with these employees. Another noteworthy article ‘How to Manage your Career Transition and Navigate your Way to a Brighter Future’ by Steve Preston from United Kingdom. Steve enumerates 6 Step Career Navigation Cycle process, in which it gives people ways to achieve a successful career transition and being able to clearly measure your progress. ‘Career Coaching for Millenials: Positive Impact on Global Economy’ by Iulia Sorescu of Romania, this article discusses how vital career coaching to the Millenial generation and how it can have a great impact on the economy. ‘Keys to a Happy Retirement – How to Approach it with Optimism’ by Jean Gilhead from Spain, outlines how one should approach retirement and to move forward joyfully into the next, and possibly most important, phase of your life. Each of our columnists, too numerous to mention, has taken some really interesting perspectives, and I would encourage a thorough read-through of this edition.

Just like all our other editions, this edition is not just an interesting read, but it provides you with helpful coaching tools, personal development ideas and professional development techniques to grow your business.

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