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Career Development Workshop

Identify your next career step

Thinking about your career/ your role and potential next step?  This can be an exciting experience if you are clear on your future direction.  However, it can be daunting or challenging if you are not sure about your direction or the options available. If this is you, unlocking your potential will enable you to be happier, more successful and more fulfilled in your present or future role.

In this workshop, we will provide a structure and a process to assist you to identify your career goals.  We will do this by working through a range of exercises and key factors which will assist you to identify emerging themes.  You will consider what this means to you in terms of current or past role(s), development needs and opportunities, preferred environment, and your ultimate career aspiration.

 

Content includes:

There will be a small amount of pre work to complete.

Presenter: Cynthia Munro

Further information about the presenter is available at: https://www.c2consulting.co.nz/about-us/

Date and Time: Tuesday 29 September 2020,  9.00am – 1.00pm

Venue: Level 3, Urban Hub, 318 Lambton Quay, Wellington

Price: $360 including GST (includes workbook)

To register your interest or for further information, please complete the form below, phone 04 282 0809, or email clientservices@c2consulting.co.nz.

Embracing Fear

We deliver this service via workshop and/or coaching sessions, both in person or via electronic media.

Embrace fear and make it work for you instead of against you

Why do some people run away from fear while others learn to embrace it?  Why, at times, does fear overtake practical thinking?  How can we embrace fear rather than let it rule our lives?

Our guidance will assist you to:

Workshop: 4 hours

Coaching: Is on an hourly basis with the number of hours dependent on individual requirements.

For further information or an appointment please contact us by email or phone Cynthia on 0274 865 065.

Related services:

Change management

Job search strategies

Interview strategies

Networking and approaching the market

Change Management

Assisting individuals to work through and manage change

We deliver this service via workshops and/or coaching sessions, both in person or via electronic media

Change affects people in different ways.  Some welcome change, while others go through stages of fear and disillusionment. Change management for individuals is delivered through either workshops or one-to-one coaching sessions and provides individuals with:

  • An understanding of the change process and the behaviours and feelings each stage brings
  • A channel for acknowledging their feelings of loss and grief
  • Practical strategies and tools to assist them manage and take control and influence aspects of their lives in order to reduce their concerns and increase productivity
  • Identify the various stages of change and the reactions and behaviours that each stage can typically bring, and assist staff to work their way through
  • Identify ways in which they can provide and receive support from others and stay focused and open to the “big picture”

Workshop: 4 hours

Coaching: Is on an hourly basis with the number of hours dependent on individual requirements.

For further information or an appointment please contact us by email or phone Cynthia on 0274 865 065.

Related Services:

Career development

Career outplacement (transition)

Embracing fear

Financial options on redundancy

Financially fit and healthy

Financial planning

Life after sport

Work styles and needs

Change Leadership

Assist leaders lead staff through change.

Provide leaders whose organisations are restructuring with the tools and strategies to:

  • Lead staff through change when it can be difficult due to variety of staff reactions and behaviours ranging from anger through to sadness and fear.
  • Manage their own reactions to change as well as those of their staff members.
  • Identify the resources and support they need as they lead through change.
  • Identify the various stages of change and the reactions and behaviours that each stage can typically bring, and assist staff to work their way through.
  • Understand the importance of communication and on-going information.

 Duration: 4 hours.

Team building and development using TMP or Myers Briggs

Understanding your behaviours and work preferences using TMP

The Team Management Profile (TMP) provides constructive, work-based information outlining an individual’s work preferences, based on the Team Management Wheel, and the strengths that an individual brings to a team.

 We deliver the following content via workshops

People and behaviour

  • Relationships – Extrovert, Introvert
  • Information – Practical, Creative
  • Decisions – Analytical, Beliefs
  • Organisation – Structured, Flexible

What happens at Work (Team Management Wheel)

  • Understanding the 8 different roles that people like to adopt when working in a team and the functions teams must do in order to be successful
  • Linking skills

People and work

  • Combing people and behaviour and the roles to understand their profile
  • Overview of the team and where they are spread around the wheel
  • Possible strengths and weaknesses as a team
  • Identifying gaps and areas for development
  • The importance of Pacing
  • Relating to colleagues and managers across the organisation
  • Using TMI, how can the team be more effective as individuals and as a team

 

Building and Developing Teams using Myers Briggs

We deliver the following content via workshops and/or coaching sessions.

The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is widely used in organisations in the areas of team building, career coaching, communication,   leadership, self awareness, conflict resolution and relationships.

Teams that work together well are usually productive. The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is widely used in organisations in the areas of team building, communication and leadership. Over 50 years of research and development have demonstrated the reliability and validity of the MBTI. In this workshop you will gain an understanding of:

  • Your MBTI results and how to apply them in the workplace and in life in general
  • Gain an understanding of why people react, respond in a way similar or different to others
  • How to use your preferred styles to be more effective and fulfilled
  • Your strengths and potential areas for growth
  • Team behaviour that will assist you in understanding potential conflict , leadership styles, different ways of communicating

Workshop: 4 hours

Coaching: 1 hour sessions

For further information or an appointment please contact us by email or phone Cynthia on 0274 865 065.

Related services:

Assessment tools

Facilitation of groups

Interview Strategies

We deliver this service via individual coaching sessions and/or workshops, both in person or via electronic media.

Promote yourself confidently and positively in the interview

Both internal and external interviews can be quite daunting. Often people feel very nervous, and as such feel that they haven’t promoted themselves as well as they could have. Interviews for external roles are usually the first meeting between a candidate and their prospective employer.  Each will form their initial impressions of the other. Therefore it is vital to go into the interview well prepared.  This means having high self-awareness, a very good knowledge of the organisation and being convinced of the good match between yourself and the organisation.

Our guidance will assist you to:

  • Understand the importance of preparation and research in demonstrating confidence in the interview
  • Understand the importance of first impressions and body language
  • Clearly articulate ability, willingness and “fit” to the role
  • Understand the best way to answer behavioural and other questions that can sometimes be problematic
  • Prepare key questions to ask in the interview that demonstrate interest and suitability for the position
  • Handle salary questions

An additional option is to practice some videoed interviews where you are able to assess your competence, your body language and your reactions. Experience has shown that we can be unaware of some of our idiosyncrasies.

Coaching:  Is on an hourly basis with the number of hours dependent on individual requirements

Workshop: 2½ hours

For further information or an appointment please contact us by email or phone Cynthia on 0274 865 065.

Related services:

Career development

Career outplacement (transition)

Change management

Curriculum Vitae development

Work styles and needs

Embracing fear

Financial options on redundancy

Financially fit and healthy

Financial planning

Networking and Approaching the Market

We deliver this service via coaching sessions and/or workshops, both in person or via electronic media

Increase your chances of identifying vacancies

When entering the market place, whether by choice or through the effects of job re-structure, a range of key factors are vital to ensure a successful outcome in your job search. Our guidance will assist you to:

  • Understand how the job market operates and know where to tap into opportunities
  • Review and refine your work targets
  • Complete a marketing plan
  • Work effectively with recruiters to target particular organisations and/or positions
  • Complete a letter promoting you to accompany your curriculum vitae
  • Gain strategies to network in the “hidden” market (networking through referrals)

Workshop: 3 hours

Coaching:  Is on an hourly basis with the number of hours dependent on individual requirements.

For further information or an appointment please contact us by email or phone Cynthia on 0274 865 065.

Related Services:

Career development

Career outplacement (transition)

Change management

Work styles and needs

Embracing fear

Financial options on redundancy

Financially fit and healthy

Financial planning

Job Search Workshop

Being successful in searching for a new job requires a number of strategies. It is about having a good CV, being about to clearly articulate a range of factors about yourself in an interview situation and when talking with recruiters and others who may have potential job leads.

This workshop provides an overview with some detail about what is needed to confidently approach the job market:

  • Knowing yourself – your strengths, values, drivers, work style and needs
  • Knowing your work targets, preferred roles, organisations and industries
  • Developing a focused CV that positions you and what you have to offer
  • Presenting confidently to recruiters, and in network situations
  • Promoting yourself confidently and positively in an interview

Duration: This workshop can vary in length to a maximum of 6 hours depending on what particular content is required.

For further information please contact us by email or phone Cynthia on 0274 865 065.

Career Outplacement

Support & strategies following disestablishment of roles.

Provide practical support to ensure staff whose roles have been disestablished, are well positioned to promote and market themselves in the best possible positive way to prospective employers and recruitment consultants. Support includes practical strategies to identify your:

  • Key strengths, abilities, drivers, experience and “fit” for prospective roles.
  • Job satisfaction and enjoyment.
  • Achievements – how staff made a difference to your organisation.
  • Development needs and goals.
  • Education and learning needs and plans.
  • Content for a market focused curriculum vitae.
  • Contact network to enable them to identify jobs in the “hidden” market.
  • In addition, support includes:
    • Job applications and letters to prospective employers.
    • Managing your relationship with recruiters.
    • Strategies for being positive, prepared and confident in the interview.

Duration: 6 hours.

Career Development

Identifying and planning career steps and stages.

Assess and identify key factors that provide the critical next steps to take in career planning including identifying the following factors and materialising the results into a practical action plan:

  • Strengths – those skills which people are good at and enjoy using.
  • Values – the beliefs and motivators that provide people with purpose and meaning.
  • Competencies and areas of interest.
  • Job satisfaction and enjoyment.
  • Achievements – how staff made a difference to your organisation.
  • Development needs and goals.
  • Education and learning needs and plans.
  • Internal career options.
  • External career options.
  • Work/career targets that they want to pursue and Industry/sector and organisation preferences.
  • Managing your career.

Duration: 4 hours.