EP. 52: THE GREAT RESIGNATION: ASHLEY STAHL ON CAREER DESIGN AND HOW TO GET UNSTUCK
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"I would say what would be responsible when asking yourself should I stay or should I go is, am I actively growing a core skillset that I want to harness and carry with me throughout my career?" - Ashley Stahl 

The great resignation is all over the media of late; it's an economic trend born of the COVID pandemic in which employees (In the U.S. for our purposes) are voluntarily leaving jobs in huge numbers—starting around the end of 2020, ramping in 2021 and increasing now in 2022. Although many service sectors are hardest hit, it does bleed beyond those impacting many different industries.  

My guest is Ashley Stahl. Ashley is a former counter-terrorism professional turned career coach and bestselling author of "You Turn: Get Unstuck, Discover Your Direction, and Design Your Dream Career."

Ashley's helped clients in over 30 countries discover their career path and land more job offers. Her writings appear in a monthly career column in Forbes magazine, and her articles have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Self, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, and more. 

When you listen, I think you can tell that Ashley is on a mission to help people step into a career they're aligned with and even excited about. 

I wanted Ashley on because she is an expert in career transitions and disruptive workplace phenomena. I wanted her opinion on what is happening and, more importantly, what opportunities this opens up for people. She did not disappoint. 

Topics we covered on the show 

  • insights into what is happening at the moment across industries. 
  • Work and the burden of meaning, purpose and passion. 
  • Values first, roles second. 
  • Better questions to ask yourself. 
  • When to stay, when to leave. 
  • The importance of mindset. 
  • Assessments and determining work that is right for you. 
  • Hard skills and how networking works today. 
  • How to find unadvertised roles. 

For show notes and more, visit www.larryweeks.com 

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