FIND WORK NOW
Have you lost your job – or been furloughed, due to coronavirus? Are you worried about job security – and wanting to explore opportunities elsewhere?
Data suggests nationally – and across all industries – that the UK is now officially in recession, and this is the toughest job market in eleven years. (Source: ONS).
If you’re looking for work, how do you navigate this job market, get a new job, and earn again (or ensure continuity of earnings)?
Find Work Now: The Seven Steps to Landing Your Next Job is a brand new low-cost small group coaching programme, designed to take you through the key steps you need to accelerate your search time, find a new fulfilling role.
Facilitated by one the UK’s leading career coaches, Ros Toynbee, you will be guided you through what you need to do over the course of eight webinar tutorials, supplemented by templates, checklists and exercises for you to implement the ideas and strategies taught and move your search forward.
You’ll also receive one-on-one coaching from your coach in Live Coaching Calls following each webinar, plus ongoing peer feedback, encouragement and support in a private facebook group.
- you want to find the opportunities for employment in a diving job market
- you need guidance on how to conduct an end to end job search from home including doing online networking and video interviews
- your job search is stalling after initial interest
- you need confidence in how to handle “you’re overqualified” and other objections
- you are struggling with focus and motivation
Get in touch with us to discuss whether Find Work Now is the right programme, at the right time, for you.
The first programme runs Monday evenings from 5th October to 16 November and runs in the evening.
To book now and reserve your place for this exciting new programme, go to Eventbrite.
“Searching for work when unemployed is a fairly isolating task. Effectively the only feedback I received was through rejection. Coaching with The Career Coach was a way of providing me with structure, advice and challenge to maximise my opportunities in and around my search for work.
Coaching provided me with a set of tools to assess where I was in my search for work and what I needed to concentrate on to deliver positive results. It also provided me with a methodology to determine what type of job I would be most happy in, what sectors to concentrate on as well as enabling me to be resilient in my search. Above all it allowed me to feel ok about the downsides of job search – particularly the open-ended nature of the activity – and made me worry less.
I have been offered an interesting interim management role so I will be back to searching for my next opportunity after six months. However the difference next time will be that I have the tools and structure to be able to undertake this search as a result of the coaching that I have received”.