Tag: Interviews

The Career Enabled Disabled

So you have a disability or have a long-term health condition and are looking to pick up your career. Perhaps starting out at work or would just like a job. Though do you feel confident employers will see past your condition. You have the knowledge, skills, experience and abilities in your CV for the role. Clearly, you are motivated, driven… Read more →

A Very Professional Statement for your CV

So we have had a romp through the evidence for a great CV. Now’s a good time explore the subject that vexes a number of people when creating a new CV. That being the professional summary or statement. Or put it another way, who you are professionally and what you deliver at work. This part of the CV can be designed… Read more →

A Great Curriculum Vitae/Résumé……..the Evidence.

One of the first questions clients usually ask me about, is help to create a great CV/résumé. The belief is it will get them the position or role they are want, or perhaps need for their career progression. It’s generally a low impact way to seek professional career coaching support for career/job change. It can also be perhaps a “one… Read more →

Finding your Career Value in 2017

2017 is here and many of us will be thinking about a fresh start at work or that next exciting career challenge. This of course means starting the job search and that dreaded interview process. However, in this article I will demonstrate that its the value you bring to the business, that can make or break that next career move. It’s… Read more →

Is more career choice a good thing?

Did you know in the pre-industrialised world there were around 30 different jobs to do. You might well have made things such as barrels, worked leather, a potter or looked after horses.  You get the picture pretty straightforward jobs to earn a living. However today and at the last count there are approximately 12,000 different jobs, career and occupations (Krznaric… Read more →

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