This is changing the way we live and work. Some jobs will disappear and new jobs will be created. The world is changing at a fast pace and we all need career management skills to help us to navigate our way through the changes brought on by artificial intelligence, changes in the economy and job market. Some employees find it very hard to plan and manage their careers in the current economic climate. They need to be given career management skills to help them to do so.
Stirling Careers Consultancy is very passionate about working with organisations to give their employees the tools and techniques to help them manage their careers now and in the future. Stirling Careers Consultancy delivers career management sessions particularly to employees starting out on their careers.
“Very useful! The possible questions were useful.”
"Very useful and tailored to our needs and career prospects"
“Very informative and easy to engage and listen.”
"The advice I received from Alistair was invaluable. After a month working with Alistair I was successful in gaining full-time employment."
"If you are facing possible career change, Alistair's method, experience and professionalism are an excellent option if you are looking for expert advice. Alistair was really good at helping me clarify my action plan and helping me take small steps towards employment."
We have recently delivered this workshop to graduate interns working in a local authority. We have also recently delivered this programme to Human Resource Professionals to help them plan their careers. It would also be very helpful to incorporate it into an apprenticeship programmes.
These are additional skills employees are going to need throughout their working lives. Employer needs are constantly changing in response to changing market conditions. They are going to need the skills to help them navigate their careers through a changing working environment.
Career management / development workshops are of three hours’ duration helping apprentices and graduate interns plan their careers going forward. This is based on a four-stage model used extensively in the NHS to help health care professionals to plan their careers.
Many universities use this model to help students to plan their careers. In today’s economic climate some students / apprentices find it quite hard to plan their careers. This workshop gives clients a model to help them.