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Up-to-date advice, and support to help you make good career decisions and be effective in addressing your challenges at every age and stage of your career.

Your Career

Up-to-date advice, and support to help you make good career decisions and be effective in addressing your challenges at every age and stage of your career.

Market-leading services to help you engage, develop and enhance the professional capability of your most important assets – your people.

Organisations

Market-leading services to help you engage, develop and enhance the professional capability of your most important assets – your people.

Are You Letting Time Determine Your Career Opportunities?

How are you managing your use of time? Do you find that the Urgent is constantly demanding your attention ahead of the Important?

Do I Really Have to Pay Attention to My LinkedIn Profile? Isn’t My CV Enough?

Clients ask this question often. There is a common misconception amongst job seekers that their primary focus should be on their CV. It highlights a misunderstanding about what the role of a CV is and what the role of a LinkedIn profile is. And it poses a very real risk for job seekers.

Career Questions You Need To Be Able To Answer NOW

The Career Coaching conversation involves a lot of questions about where a client is up to in their career, and then helping them work out where they want to go, and how they can get there.

How to ‘Take Ownership of your Career’

The advice I always give clients is that you must take ownership of your career. You have to understand who you are and what you have to offer and you need to learn what to do with this information so that you can find the best career opportunities for you.

Stand Out From the Crowd – Putting Your Best CV Forward

When you want to find any kind of job, you are going to need a Curriculum Vitae (CV). A CV is important because it gives an employer information to help them choose the best person for a job, and it helps you stand out from other applicants.

Are You Letting Time Determine Your Career Opportunities?

How are you managing your use of time? Do you find that the Urgent is constantly demanding your attention ahead of the Important?

Do I Really Have to Pay Attention to My LinkedIn Profile? Isn’t My CV Enough?

Clients ask this question often. There is a common misconception amongst job seekers that their primary focus should be on their CV. It highlights a misunderstanding about what the role of a CV is and what the role of a LinkedIn profile is. And it poses a very real risk for job seekers.

Career Questions You Need To Be Able To Answer NOW

The Career Coaching conversation involves a lot of questions about where a client is up to in their career, and then helping them work out where they want to go, and how they can get there.

How to ‘Take Ownership of your Career’

The advice I always give clients is that you must take ownership of your career. You have to understand who you are and what you have to offer and you need to learn what to do with this information so that you can find the best career opportunities for you.

Stand Out From the Crowd – Putting Your Best CV Forward

When you want to find any kind of job, you are going to need a Curriculum Vitae (CV). A CV is important because it gives an employer information to help them choose the best person for a job, and it helps you stand out from other applicants.

The One Thing I Will Almost Never Do For A Client

It can be tempting to get someone else to write your CV, especially if you are finding that it’s difficult to do. I frequently get asked to write CVs. But this is nearly always the one thing I will never do for a client. My answer is nearly always ‘No’. And I have good reasons for doing this.

One Sure-Fire Way To Have Your CV Overlooked

Applying for jobs can be tough. In some industries, the competition is fierce and lots of people will be applying for the same jobs that you are. Do you know how to make sure your CV doesn’t get buried among the others?

Is Your List of Skills Really That Important in Your CV?

Most people know that their CV needs to include a ‘Skills’ or ‘Strengths’ section. A well thought out list of your main Skills is very important. This can be presented in a simple, bullet point list. But is this enough?

What Things Make You Nervous About Writing Your CV?

There’s a lot hanging on the success of your CV. Most people appreciate how important their CV is when they apply for jobs. So why do people find them so difficult to write?

Do You Want to Know the Big 4 CV Mistakes?

Over the years, I have seen hundreds of CVs, and I’ve observed many things that people get wrong when they write them. Are you making any of them?

I was a little skeptical about career advice services. I must say though that I gained such valuable insight. I learnt about what was truly important to me and how to translate that into a career.

Chris

Incredibly helpful approach. Totally hit the mark and helped the group break through a potentially overwhelming situation, getting us moving forward and in control.

Cy

Up-to-date advice, and support to help you make good career decisions and be effective in addressing your challenges at every age and stage of your career.

Your Career

Up-to-date advice, and support to help you make good career decisions and be effective in addressing your challenges at every age and stage of your career.

Market-leading services to help you engage, develop and enhance the professional capability of your most important assets – your people.

Organisations

Market-leading services to help you engage, develop and enhance the professional capability of your most important assets – your people.

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