Are you facing Post-COVID Retrenchment and Job Loss
Would you love to speak to a trained professional about employment options and steps to achieve them, but cannot afford to commit to a long-term coaching agreement?
Often one hour is all that it takes to break through the logjam that comes with panicked crisis thinking, and to explore viable options. My confidence in twenty-five years of career counselling experience, and desire to offer this service at an affordable rate to those facing career uncertainty, are the basis of this new initiative.
One hour indepth-coaching session over coffee
60 minute Monday Morning session including coffee, at a selected, quiet coffee shop in Wollongong or surrounds.
What is a career?
Careers are decidedly less predictable than they were in the past when career success was measured in terms of status and / or earnings.
The fast pace of economic and technological change means that ‘the job for life’ managed by one’s employer, is a thing of the past.
Adults are now looking beyond the merely financial and prestige factors related to employment, and placing more emphasis on subjective criteria such as job satisfaction; career satisfaction; work-life balance; a sense of personal achievement; and doing work that reflects one’s personal values.
The Working Life has been established to enable students and adults (both employed and unemployed) of all ages to engage with Annette Miller in exploring themselves and their unique gifts and potential and relating that to career management.
What We Offer ?
Introducing the Process
Career exploration requires a holistic approach. One needs to consider a range of factors such as:
Through psychometric testing and / or narrative interviewing, we aim to develop a 360 degree picture comprising your personality dimensions; career values; deep career interests; and strongest abilities.
Where could you be optimally placed and what further training would you need gain access to such a career? Where could you obtain such training? Is it a viable choice? Is it sustainable? Will it become redundant in the future?
Update from our blog!