Building confidence, resilience and self-worth ?
Developing great self-promotion to get you noticed and recognised ?
Honing your CV, cover letters and interview skills to fit your target jobs showcasing your strengths and competencies ?
Developing great communication and conversation skills?
Discovering your ways of learning, doing and behaving then fine tune them to fit your career goals?
Being strategic and innovative in managing your career path.?
But which career?
You may have better football skills than management skills. But which is your most likely career?
By taking a Career Preference Profile Benchmark you can identify the kind of careers you might consider and which you should not. Based upon your aptitudes and well as your attitudes, the report will act as a basis for a discussion about what options are best for you. And then with career coaching we can take you further on the path of getting this new job and the next one after,
Package options to choose from
Career Benchmark and Review – buy the Benchmark and Review as one discounted package (recommended). The report is long and it can be helpful to have an expert review it with you to help you interpret the report and decide what to do about it. , £207 inc Vat
Benchmark – Take the review to give you specific options to consider. £25 inc VAT
Benchmark Review – This option is available to enable you to purchase a review after you have seen the Benchmark and decide after all that help would be beneficial! £192 inc VAT
Taking it deeper – Profile Review
Taking it Deeper – For your Benchmark Profile SCT provides a 45 minute Profile Review to leverage the insights in your Benchmark Profile report and plan how to use it. It is available as package when you purchase your profile or can be purchased separately after you have received your profile . It can also be part of a Career Coaching Package. in which case please contact us for more details.
There are many ways you can use these profiles. It is not the end but the beginning of the value it can bring you. It is the ‘departure lounge‘ rather than the ‘arrivals hall’.