Communication & Positive Thinking Career Exploration & Self Marketing – Selling yourself effectively Employer Expectations & Interview Techniques
This ONE DAY course will empowers individuals to bring understanding and purpose to one of the most important areas of their life - their ability to communicate and relate with others. Although it takes conscious persistent effort to change your attitude the delicious truth and simple secret difference between success and failure is CHOICE. We all have the power to take control over our feelings and how our life evolves every minute of every day if we choose to. We most importantly decide if the glass is half full or almost empty.
This career management workshop, specifically designed to provide individuals with key strategies for Self-Marketing. They learn how to prepare a winning CV, develop their "Elevator Pitch" and learn about finding organisations that align with their own career profile. Learning how to best market yourself is key to landing the dream job you seek.
This workshop assists jobseekers covering a variety of aspects involved in the recruitment & selection process. Participants are educated on employer expectations in the workplace and given the necessary information to prepare for job interviews including, types of interviews, interview preparation, phone screening, and the importance of referees and referee etiquette
As the employment market recovers and brings a return to high staff turnover, companies need to use career development to boost retention and drive productivity to stay competitive. I would argue that a career development strategy pays double dividends to employers. Career Development can be your competitive edge. Career development is an effective way to keep employees engaged and productive. However, it also gives an organisation greater clarity about its talent pool: what skills and talent does it have, and where does it need to build on. Recent research from the Manpower Group has found this approach is often underutilised: In fact 75% of companies dont give their employees access to the tools or opportunities to develop their skills to support career development. Career discussions are often an after-thought – something tacked onto an annual performance review and promptly forgotten. But to really improve engagement and retention, career development needs to be part of an organisations fabric.
Leads to happier staff who stay longer, work more productively and deliver on the businesss strategy Phone: