1:1 Career Coaching Sessions:
The ideal solution when making one person redundant, or a small group of people redundant. Each employee is offered a course of six, one-hour, in-person or Skype career coaching sessions to help them come to terms with their redundancy, build their confidence, consider their career options going forward and make a plan for getting their next job. The employee can choose to use the sessions however they would like to, focusing on the career support that is most useful and relevant to them.
Book full day or half day CV clinics. Each member of staff being made redundant is given a 30 minute slot to discuss their CV in person. During this time, I can help them rewrite their CV and have CV guides and templates for them to take away with them to refer to when continuing to work on their CV. In addition to having reviewed countless CVs throughout my career, I spent three years offering a successful CV writing service, writing interview-achieving CVs for a wide range of roles. This means I have the practical knowledge and experience needed to truly support your employees with finessing their CVs.
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Book full day or half day career clinics. Each member of staff being made redundant is given a 30 minute slot to discuss a particular career issue they would like support with. These work well when run on a regular basis, so that employees can obtain help and guidance as they progress with their job search.
Career & Outplacement Workshops:
Tailor-made to meet the topic of your choice, career & outplacement workshops are a good way of reaching a group of employees in one morning or afternoon. It can be helpful starting point for your outplacement support solution, with career clinics or CV clinics offered as a follow up service.
1:1 Executive Coaching Sessions:
You and your organisation’s other managers and leaders will benefit from support. You are the ones having to deliver the redundancy news to your colleagues. This means dealing with the emotional fall out and juggling your every day duties with the added meetings and planning that a redundancy programme requires. You may be dealing with the added stress of your own role may be being made redundant too. Coaching is a way of giving you time and space to think and plan, helping you cope with this stressful situation and find the best ways of working through it successfully.