DEMONSTRATING YOUR VALUE TO A NEW INDUSTRY OR ROLE
We live in unprecedented times, when jobs we considered 'future proof' have proven not to be. Where years of training and thousands of work hours in one industry seem to hold little weight in others and every job is so highly contested it feels overwhelming.
You are faced with employers who hesitate to take a risk on you in this transition or fail to see your enormous value. I hear you. I also know that the landscape of employment has changed and how we think about it and prepare for it must also.
The realities of this new era of employment include:
- The working from home culture
- Ongoing up-skilling or retraining
- The necessity for multiple income streams
- Remote or on-line interviews/assessments
- Digital competence is an essential skill
- Highly developed 'soft skills' or 'interpersonal skills'
IT ONLY TAKES ONE EMPLOYER TO
For those who are considering transitioning to a new industry or position through necessity or design, preparing to articulate your value and alignment with a new employer is critical to your success.
There will be many 'nos', but it only takes one employer to say yes - let's be ready for that one.
You have one shot to make an impact at interview, and that's in a very short space of time.
Our role is to support you to present yourself powerfully, factually and to articulate with irrefutable evidence the benefits you offer a new employer.
UNCOVER IRREFUTABLE EVIDENCE OF THE BENEFITS YOU OFFER A NEW INDUSTRY
Our coaches guide candidates in over 20 countries for some of the most highly contested jobs in the business world.
Uncover the connection between your current experience and position and the industry you want to transition to.
Strategies to ensure new employers of your commitment.
How to talk about yourself in factual, powerful terms.
How to identify your strengths, benefits and not make weaknesses a deal breaker.
How to answer 'tell me about yourself' concisely.
Articulate your goals and career plan effectively and why you want this job.
Name your work or leadership style and core attributes.
Handle hiccups or hurdles you have faced in your career.
"Up-skill, retrain, reinvent, pivot and
transition - look outside what you know
and consider the possibilities"