Are you Seeking New Work Opportunities..?
Perhaps you are currently Seeking work but having a bit of a tough time Finding and/or Getting it?
You are not alone!
First three chapters of "Make Your Move: Career Dynamics for Changing Times
Downloadable work sheet to complete and use as a guide in your work search journey.
Access to an online community for support through your work search and beyond.
The job and work markets are changing and it seems to be taking a lot more effort to find good work "these days". It is not unusual to spend hours on an application, apply, and then hear.... crickets.... (absolutely nothing!).
This can be very frustrating when you've gone to all that effort. Repeatedly. So... how can you make sure that your applications and resume "cut through" - so that you actually end up on the shortlist? Are your work search strategies and techniques up to date and "multi-pronged"(or are you relying entirely on online job boards)?
End the frustration!
Get the tips you need to create successful applications or proposals that set you apart from the competition.
Find the right mode of work for you, leading to fulfilling work and the economic rewards you are looking for.
Gain increased confidence so that you make a positive and powerful impression with connections and at interview.
Create a personalised and "multi pronged" work search strategy, to find work faster with less stress.
Lois Keay-Smith is Principal Career Coach and Founder of Career Wisdom. A career changer herself, Lois had an earlier career in the financial services industry in corporate relations and management roles with Australian Securities Exchange and Australian Super. She established Career Wisdom in 2005 with a vision to inspire and support those who are seeking more satisfaction and meaning in their working lives.
As a trained career counsellor with a Masters degree in Career Development, Lois has experience in community career development, career transition and corporate outplacement and has worked with a variety of clients including executives, elite athletes, dancers and professional rugby players, as well as young people with cancer.
Lois is a specialist in “tricky transitions” – assisting those who are making career transitions following a career that has been interrupted, whether due to age/injury/contract cessation in sport and dance as well as assisting with the shock of redundancy and finding a new role or changing career.
A natural Connector, Lois loves helping people connect to other people and opportunities, regularly espousing the virtues (and the how to) of connecting, networking and mentoring. Lois is a Professional Member of the Career Development Association of Australia, a Fellow of Leadership Western Australia (2012) and Board Member of Autism West.