- TRAINING PROGRAMS
Change can be quite daunting. Whether it’s personal or professional change and we’re dissatisfied with our job, facing a redundancy or organizational restructure, changes are inevitable. When change hits it can leave us feeling confused, anxious, fearful and stressed. This emotional roller coaster can erode our self-confidence and create confusion about what to do next.
If you are feeling stuck about what to do next in your career, whether it's due to a redundancy, entering the workforce for the first time or re-entering the workforce after a break, Assess What Makes You Tick will give you the clarity you need to make the right decisions.
In order to market yourself effectively when looking for a new role, it is vital to set a strong
communication strategy in place. Your verbal, written and online job search communication must clearly set you apart from the competition. By creating a strong, targeted and consistent communication strategy you will authentically manage your professional brand.
When it comes to looking for a job, some people gain an advantage over their competitors.
Have you ever wondered why? With all things being equal, often it’s because they visually present themselves as the better candidate through positive body language and appropriate attire. They create an impression that they are a good fit for the role and the culture of the organization. The positive first impression they project gives them that edge and paves the way to their success. What impression do you present when you walk into an interview?
When looking for a new job most people jump on to the online job boards and shoot off applications. While this is one method to apply for jobs, there are other more effective methods that will expand your search. What's the best way to leverage the online job boards, work with recruiters and expand your professional network? What are other avenues to explore that may lead to new opportunities?
Once you have laid the foundations of the job search process and you launch your marketing activities you will start to secure interviews. There is usually an element of anxiety around interviews and to be successful you need to prepare yourself well. The key to success is preparation and you need to know what to expect in order to prepare well. Avoid the four fatal flaws of interviewees: Lack of preparation - Talking too much - Overselling - Inappropriate attire.
Once you have interviewed successfully and you receive an offer, there are a number of things to consider before accepting the offer and transitioning into your new role. It can be tempting to say, ‘Yes!’ when the offer is on the table. Find out what you need to do before you commit to the role and what happens next.