In Marisa’s third blog post she deals with something we all will face; stress and fears of changing jobs! How can we manage the change, pressure and stress of a new job? Well keep reading for advice and a number of recommendations! Read more
“Just wondering”: what the Olympics opening ceremony can teach us about being creative in defining the next movePosted by in Career Advice | Career coaches' advice | Planning what next - (0 Comments)
Deborah Thomas coaches leaders and future leaders to connect with their true purpose and inspire others. Her work is grounded in 19 years’ experience as coach with McKinsey & Company. In this first article she will explore how Danny Boyle’s creative approach to the Olympic Opening Ceremony can help us decide on our next career move.
In Marisa’s second blog post, she explains why preparing for interviews is key to success and gives us some pointers to prepare adequately with a few example interview questions and helpful advice. Read more
In this first entry to her blog, Marisa is going to outline how to make your CV as relevant as possible for a change in career path. As markets modernise, it is becoming increasingly common to switch careers: over 70% the Movemeon community are prepared to work in a new industry/function. Marisa will help you to identify the skills you will have picked up over the years that can be transferrable, and how to portray them to attract companies’ attention and gain an advantage over your competitors. Read more
My name is Marisa Zappatore and I’m delighted to be writing a series of articles for MoveMeOn on general career advice. After initially working as a management consultant in Argentina, I’ve now moved over to the UK and into “in house” HR. I met Rich and Nick at their “Life after Consulting” event, and after hearing the discussions about finding the next role I wanted to offer my opinions and advice on moving careers. Read more
This is my final blog in the series for Move Me On, and I hope that by now you are making good progress towards evaluating what you want from your next career move and taking decisive action to make it happen. With the encouragement of my blogs readying you for a career change, and Phil’s blogs supporting you with the practical elements of progressing in your career, you should feel well-prepared for the exciting next stage in your professional life. Read more
Here at MoveMeOn, we know how daunting a career move can be. It’s easy to feel “stuck”; unsure of how best to move forward. We are therefore delighted to welcome a new member to our team: Lindsay, the MoveMeOn psychologist. Over the coming weeks, Lindsay is going to write a series of articles to address some of the thought processes that will be required to make an effective change to your career. Over to you, Lindsay…! Read more
If you’ve ever asked for feedback, you’ll realize everyone has their own (strong) opinions on what makes a great CV.
From my long experience helping clients write their CVs, I’m going to share some key principles I’ve learned. Read more
Welcome to the 3rd post in Phil’s blog series. Phil is a professional career coach, working-life guru and all round nice guy. Thanks to those of you who’ve already got in touch with Phil for a free session. If you too would like a free session, or to discuss how Phil can help you, just … Read more
You might be finding that one of the most frustrating parts of a career change is finding the right opportunity.
If you have a good idea of what you want to next, it can feel like trying to find a needle in haystack to track down the perfect job.
This post will arm you with a job hunting strategy and tactics that work.
The great news is that the right opportunity IS out there – with a good plan, dedication and the right attitude you can find it. Read more