The four pillars of a career and how to apply them

Every successful career is based on four key pillars. In the following you will find out about the four pillars and how you can apply them to revitalise your career.

The four pillars of a career are:Career Foundation and Pillars

  • Skills and qualifications
  • Character
  • Relationships
  • Attitude and presentation

Skills and qualifications are learned skills. These are essential for a career. For example, if you don’t have a medical qualification, you won’t be able to be a doctor. However, if you are determined and have aptitude, you can acquire the skills and qualifications that you need to move into a new career.

Often you have skills that you may not know about that you have learned over years in your existing career. For example, you may have developed IT skills, or sales skills in one career that can be applied to another career. You may need to commit to learning other new skills.

Character is who you are as a person. One quote says “Character is who you are when no-one is looking”. Character is the result of the values that you hold as a person. Values are the things that you believe are important in your life. How do you react in certain situations? How do you uphold your values?

Relationships are to do with how you interact with other people. Are the relationships in your life supportive of career change? Is your family supportive of your efforts to improve yourself? Do your friends support you or hold you back? What kind of relationships have you encountered so far in your professional life?

Attitude and presentation is what a potential employer sees when you apply for a job. Do you come across as someone who is keen to fit in and deliver results, or do you seem to be arrogant and disinterested or entitled? When you turn up, are you well groomed and well spoken? If not, your coach can work on your attitude and presentation.

The four pillars of career success underpin your effort to revitalise and reboot your career. You can work with your Career Reboot coach to develop each pillar to get yourself ready for a new career and life. Your career success is important to us. We would like to celebrate your new career, your revitalised career with you. Let’s start building on your four pillars of career success – now is the best time to contact us.

 

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