As redundancy looms large on the horizon for thousands of employees, getting ahead of setbacks like this can help speed up your personal recovery and future proof your career. If you make the time now to the lay the foundations, you will be better able to harness your resilience and continue to move forward with your career plans.
Mid-career can be an uncomfortable place to be. At this career stage, women in particular can feel slightly adrift: their best made plans may have taken a back seat or they are struggling to work out where they want to head next. We call this mid-career madness and we can help…
Quite often for the women that we work with it’s confidence to take the leap or make the next step. They are often so focused on doing a good job that they don’t find the time to look to the future and think about where they want to go in their career.
The last few months have bought massive change to the way that we work, adapting and evolving is more important than ever to a company’s success. Leaders are having to embrace change and try new things whilst preparing for an uncertain future.
Over the decades, organisations have shifted the responsibility of career planning and development onto their employees despite evidence of the benefits of sharing it. Taking charge of your future career plans is essential during uncertain times
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