Looking for a new job but don’t have time to search daily?
Well, we are here to share some bad news, unfortunately you need to put in the hours to find that job you are searching for.
Read the article to find out why and how to maximise your efforts.
So what are the differences (if any) between career counsellor vs. an independent career coach? Well, in some ways they are similar and in many ways they are very different. But together, they can make a super team. Read on to see which one works best for you.
Working with a career coach is extremely rewarding but you must remember that it is a two-way street. You will only get out of it as much as you put in. There are 3 important steps you must take to get the most of your mentorship.
With so many Career Coaches out there, how do you know which one is the best fit for you and your needs? You may need a resume rewrite, a LinkedIn refresh, interview training or simply help in the job-searching journey. Not all career coaches or career mentors are the same
Have you ever heard the saying “nothing is for free”?
What does it mean? It means that even if someone offers you something as a ‘gift’ (outside of your birthday or holidays) for free, it does not mean you will not be paying for it later one way, shape or form.
But how does this translate to career and your personal employment? How is working for free paying you?