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Chapter 5. Preparing for Change > Relationship of Professional Transitions to C...

Relationship of Professional Transitions to Career Pathing

A career line illustrates your work history. Career pathing traces the overall direction of your work activities. Professional transitions mark the specific ways in which your training, HRD, or workplace learning and performance career is evolving. Career pathing indicates steps, pace, and length of your work history; professional transitions reflect the pattern of your adjustment to a new place in the field.

My boss at my former job used to be a training coordinator for Motoral Japan.... When I took that job we discussed my long-term desire to work in the IC-OD field so she arranged for me to meet the CEO of my current company. Shortly thereafter I was offered this job.

—Geoff Pickens, intercultural business specialist, Procter & Gamble, Japan



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