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Career Circle Sessions
Ready to make a career change?
Have you recently been made redundant?
Are you seeking new opportunities?
Are you feeling isolated and keen to share ideas and support with other job seekers?
- Action learning scenarios
- Personal and group reflection
- Myers-Briggs Type Indicators
- Belbin team roles
How it works...
Step 1: Make an enquiry
To book a session with Paul please complete the form here or send an email with details of the services you would like to book to email@example.com or call Paul on 07595537178
Step 2: Discovery session
You can arrange a free 20 minute Discovery session with Paul to talk through your ideas and queries and to decide what combination of services might be best for you
Step 3: Face-to-face or virtual sessions
Paul’s career consultations and training sessions are normally available in person or virtually. Due to the current pandemic, however, all services are offered online only (via Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Skype)
Paul is a highly experienced, knowledgeable and empathic Career Coach and Consultant and Trainer who has delivered advice guidance and coaching to numerous people of all ages and backgrounds. In recent years he has specialised in working with mid-career changers, experienced professionals dealing with redundancy, and university graduates.
Paul will work with you to identify your unique combination of skills, aspirations, knowledge, experience and values to decide on a way forward and to co-create a career vision and plan of action including short and longer-term actions.
He will also support you to access trustworthy sources of career information and job vacancies in the career fields you are interested in. Paul can also help you to confidently market yourself to potential employers through the development of a strong CV and intensive support in preparing for job interviews, including strategies for handling presentations and psychometric tests.
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Usain Bolt is famous the world over for his extraordinary athletic exploits. As the overwhelming favourite, he successfully defended his 100m title at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, running a mind- boggling 9.81 seconds. In the same race, US athlete Trayvon Bromell finished the race in 10.6 seconds-less than a second behind Bolt. As an illustration of how tight margins between winning and losing can be this takes some beating. It becomes even more incredible when you take in the fact that Bromell finished 8 th (and last) with six other athletes finishing between Bolt and Bromell!
Howard Gardner, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, and William Damon, are three Harvard University psychologists who worked together to found The Good Project set up with the aim of nurturing excellence, engagement, and ethics in education, preparing people to become good workers and good citizens who contribute to the overall well-being of society.
One of the strands of their work is the idea of ‘good work’. Their thinking is that ‘good work’ is good for society, defining good work as satisfying work that gives us as individuals the chance to work for a purpose beyond ourselves, an opportunity to use and develop our talents and capabilities, and to work collaboratively with people who both challenge and support us.
The recent death by starvation of Mercy Beguma, an asylum seeker in Glasgow, prompted many to ask; How is it possible, or acceptable, for someone to starve to death in one of the world’s wealthiest economies? With the documented growth in foodbanks, homelessness, and a range of issues associated with poverty, it has become a familiar question, If our existing systems fail to the extent that people living here cannot eat, might there be some better options?
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