Career development

As headhunters we know a thing or two about recruitment.  We’ve seen tens of thousands of CVs and job applications.  We’ve heard more spin than Donald Trump’s (latest) press secretary.  We’ve also seen so much undervalued, unrecognised or unheralded talent going to waste.

We’re passionate about talent. Finding the right job is hard and can be a lottery. There’s a lot to think about and even more to get wrong. 

100% success in career coaching

Ask yourself some questions:

  1. Are you doing everything you can to make sure you stand out for the right reason?
  2. If you are, are you sure you can be found?
  3. Are you comfortable pitching yourself to a new employer?
  4. Are you clear about where and how you add value?

If you can answer yes to these questions, you do not need career coaching.

As poachers turned gamekeepers, we talk straight, give practical real-world advice and tell you how to manipulate recruiters to get the best result for you.  We help you to be flexible, as each organisation recruits differently. 

If you want to start to take control of your career, our sister website careeradviceforme.co.uk is a good place to start.  If you want direct face to face support, we do intensive one to one coaching as well as a programme of career management courses.

Contact us to find out more about our planned courses.  If you want to speak to someone, contact Steve on 07747 698 829 or Mark on 07717 725 844.

“For me the whole thing added some confidence to applying for jobs, being prepared and understanding the mindset of the recruiters.”

“I still use those skills I learned on the day to maximise my performance in interviews. I found the interview skills and preparation advice especially useful.”

“The workshop prepared me excellently….being extremely useful for interview preparation.”

“It was well structured and organised and you listened to our feedback throughout the session whilst incorporating it into the rest of the session which is no mean feat.”

“The way we spoke about different ways to answer questions…. I didn’t realise how much I can waffle until that day and made me think carefully about all my achievements and how I will describe those succinctly in an interview going forward.”

“I found the day extremely valuable, there was a lot of information, but all I would say is relevant. I would say keep up doing what you are doing, it is a great course and it got me to think about how I can start planning my pathway earlier.”