FocusIdentifying your next move
We will help you clarify what you need from your career and what you have to offer a potential employer, in short, what makes you marketable.
You will complete a series of written exercises designed to draw out what is important to you as an individual and highlight specifically what you have to offer a potential employer. Your consultant will review your responses and discuss them with you.
You will develop a long list of options where the criterion is purely “appeal”. Your consultant will provide you with details of tools to help you build your long list. Together with your consultant you will review your long list.
Your consultant will provide you with challenging feedback and input so that you are able to confidently reduce the list to a short list of options that are both “appealing” and “viable”. Your consultant will then help you to evaluate your short list so you can identify the career option that best meets your needs and aspirations and which you believe is achievable.
The option you select will become your career search objective. In short, you will have determined where you want to take your career and why you want to go there with greater confidence and certainty.
Poor work/life balance
Working for a highly respected management consultancy, the nights away and long hours were taking their toll, and William wasn’t seeing enough of his family. He wanted to leave the firm and do something that would provide a better balance between his work and private life.
Management consultancy was all William knew
He didn’t know what else he could do
He didn’t know what he wanted to do
After working through a tailored programme. He secured several offers and accepted a senior marketing position with an innovative and successful retailer that would still provide the challenge but a much better work/life balance.