Am I satisfied at work?
What are my strengths, my weaknesses?
What can I do to improve my situation?
Am I able to establish my professional goals and, above all, achieve them?
At any point in any professional career, it is normal to question ourselves.
Regardless of employment status, these reflections can lead to a desire for professional development, define new career projects or even a shift in one’s career direction.
While it is not always necessary to seek professional help, it can be very useful to consult a guidance counsellor for a more objective and in-depth career assessment.
A guidance counsellor’s exploration of an individual’s skills, abilities, and motivations highlights the connections and inconsistencies in the decisions made. In addition, he or she is able to ask the right questions to stimulate thinking and to help make informed choices.
The MFRC Employment Integration Services offers you various exploration tools to assess your career, such as various self-assessment exercises and psychometric tests.
In professional reflection, it is relevant to use the Professional Orientation Research Guide (GROP-04), a test which measures the interests, personality and values of a person and which promotes self-knowledge and self-understanding.
💼 Please contact us for further information on this test, or for any assistance in your professional reflections.