Career transition can be challenging, and employees may have a tunnel vision when recognising the transferable skills they may have, especially senior members of staff who have been in the same position for a lengthy period of time.
What are the benefits of using a career transitioning coach?
A Career Transition Coach can help executives uncover transferable skills and assist in articulating this on their resume. This may seem unnecessary but these hands-on skills may not have been used for a very long time.
A Coach will help to explore career opportunities including those which may not have been considered before. The Career Transition Coach is also there to help your employee create a plan and take steps towards getting to a new job.
Do you remember your first interview? Interviews can be overwhelming, especially if you haven’t had one in a long period of time. A Career Coach will help to prepare employees, and practice different scenarios, which will then increase the chances of landing a new role.
If you’ve been successful in your application and interview, a good Career Coach will also guide you with salary and contract negotiations.
A Career Coach isn’t just beneficial for employees but also for your organisation, employees will feel valued and grateful for the help and assistance received, all helping to maintain the reputation of the organisation.