You are smart, positive, and like the work you do. Why, then, are you feeling stalled in your career? We’ve got you covered in this blog, the first in a 6-part series.
How can you take the job you feel “meh” about it and turn it into something more fulfilling? This is the subject of today’s blog, the second in a two-part series that discusses how I created more fulfillment through a process I accidentally stumbled upon called Job Crafting. We teamed with SE Impact to give a webinar on this topic last week, and you can see the full video in this blog, as well as get a worksheet to help you use this process to create your own career happiness.
Do you feel fulfilled at work? The answer is “no” for many engineers. This blog is part 1 of 2 to look at one of the key reasons we don’t feel fulfilled, and what you can do about it. If you’ve been wondering why you’ve lost your work “mojo” - or perhaps didn’t have it to begin with at your current job - this blog is a must-read.
Success requires confidence. Yet, many engineers report feelings of not belonging, of not feeling like they can speak up, and of generally low confidence at work. Find out why female engineers are extremely likely to experience low confidence at work, and what you can do to increase your own confidence.