What Dheya Navigator?

What Dheya Navigator? 2018-06-07T09:31:09+00:00



This is the Level 3 career planning also termed as “Advanced Career Plan” which is conducted approximately for 5 hrs. In this session, the active participation of the parents along with the children is also included. There are certain inputs that are needed to be filled by the parents in interaction with the child. This process takes into account the expectations and aspirations of the parents, grandparents or whoever has influence on the child’s life. There is a “visualization” process which is conducted for approximately 55 min which is an audio-guided process conducted where the child is made to visualize the future in a quiet and peaceful environment, and then write down all the visualization that happened during the session. Based on this visualisation process coupled with the expectations and aspirations of the child and the parents, the competency areas are revisited. Further, in this session, the details of alliances, networks of the parents, financial readiness for child’s career, qualifications in the family etc. are also obtained. The values that are preferred by the child is also obtained and the top most five uncompromising values are listed by the child. The career streams recommended in the Levels 1 and 2 are reviewed here based on the visualisation of the child and the expectations of the parents.


We at Dheya help you set your goals using our unique and powerful processes. Our goal setting and personal planning process focuses on the following FOUR pillars of life. Ultimately your happiness and success in life depends how you achieve these goals:

1. Career & Financial Goals: How much do you want to earn by what stage?

2. Relationship and Networking Goals: What is the identity that you need to create for yourself and others?

3. Knowledge and learning Goals: What knowledge and learning areas you would like to focus on and specialize in?

4. Your Health Goals: Are there any athletic goals you want to achieve, or do you want good health deep into old age?

Career planning needs to be worked out in a manner that has built-in redundancies. Your plan may constantly change and evolve once you start moving ahead in your career. It is important to keep updating and always have a plan-B, C D options available in case of failure.

More than this, properly planned life and properly set career goals can be incredibly motivating, and as you get into the habit of setting and achieving goals, you’ll find that your self-confidence builds fast.

There are no hard and fast rules for planning your career. However there are a number of useful pointers and guidelines.

1. Long term planning: Planning for the long term is equally important, and forms more of a strategic plan.

2. Short term planning: As the name suggests this is more of a tactical form of planning, looking at the near term goals.

3. Look for opportunities: While it is always good to have a plan, it is also necessary to look out for opportunities as this is an essential part of any career strategy.

4. Continue to re-evaluate what you want: As time passes, and the work place changes, and new opportunities arise, aspirations may change. It is worth continually evaluating your career and what you want.

When looking at how to plan your career, both forms of career planning are important. It is also important to be flexible and look at your plans in terms of the changing environment in which you might be. Opportunities sometimes arise out of nowhere and they need to be considered. So it is important to remain open to them and flexible, while still being realistic about whether they could be beneficial.