I know that many ambitious women struggle with their confidence and self-belief especially when they’re job hunting.
And then you miss out on your dream job. The job that pays well, is enough of a challenge while also giving you the freedom and work-life balance you desperately need.
The job hunting challenges are different for everyone. That’s why I love Career Conversations. Every story is different (and I always learn something new).
However there are common threads and connections. That’s what I want to share with you in this online class on Thursday 30 January.
The first step in job hunting is always about getting clear on your own skills. But it’s also the hardest because we often undervalue what comes easy to us. There are four other essentials that I always talk about with my clients in the Career Club.
Join me to discover the five essentials to job hunt successfully in 2020. Sign up here to my online class on Thursday 30 January at 8pm (free to register – recorded if you can’t make it live).
I’ll also be sharing how the Career Club helps women job hunt with more confidence. So if you’re feeling stuck or overwhelmed, I’ve got something to share about that too. Click here to register.
Career Conversations series
Throughout January, I’m running a series of Career Conversations to give you a taster of what to expect when you join the Career Club online membership community. The focus is very much on how to job hunt successfully.
Join the Career Conversations (for free), in the Career Conversations Facebook group.
Get access to past recordings
To access past recordings, as well as loads of other practical content to help you find your dream job or get that promotion, join the Career Club today.
Here’s what others say:
“You just have just given me the shove I needed to listen to my instinct that I don’t want to be in that environment anymore and keep trying, thank you!”
“I’m on my way to a meeting with the Managing Director of the ABC Company*, to confirm my appointment as a director in their 1300 strong team working to improve ABC services and introduce new capabilities and equipment.
After my email, I … kept working to get something different and valuable, and I think I’ve achieved that.”
*names changed for confidentiality reasons
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