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Further to an initial meeting, participants are involved in a process that includes 6 or 7 three-hour sessions held every two to four weeks which, seen from the perspective of a potential legacy, provides them with:

  • a retrospective of their journey;

  • a prospective for a meaningful final career stage;

  • an action plan for completing what needs to be done and for taking charge of their Work-Life trajectory.
To feed this group work, participants are invited to complete, before and between sessions, some reflexive activities taken from Limoges' vade-mecum entitled: Your career finale: making it meaningful1.

One month after the last session, a one hour one-on-one session with the facilitator allows each member of the Career Legacy Circle to conclude their process.
1 « In everything I do, bequeathing has become for
me a vital and living act, I would even say an act
of continuance, endurance and immortality »

Limoges, J., Your career finale: making it meaningful.
Ottawa, 2011, 2nd Ed., http://www.ccdf.ca/ccdf/index.php/resources/tools-and-books .

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