Career Management/Planning

How to Manage and Develop your Career

For those starting out on their career we offer a workshop which covers everything you need to start your career journey.

Career Planning

The session is very much based around the Four Stage Model which is:

  1. Self-Awareness 
    (Making sure your employees understand their values, skills and achievements and areas for development)
  2. Career Exploration 
    (Exploring different careers and routes related to their current career whether they are on an internship studying for an apprenticeship or that people are studying for)
  3. Decision Making Techniques 
    (How we have made career decisions in the past and how we will make them in the future future)
  4. Plan Implementation 
    (Having carried out the above it is then imperative to put a plan together to take things forward)

There are other elements included such as the importance of networking both online and in-person, the importance of lifelong learning, branding and keeping IT skills up to date.

“After 24 years as a freelancer and business owner, I felt the need to move back in to full-time employment. My session with Alistair was fantastic, and life-changing. After only 3 interviews, I had been offered 2 of the jobs."

London Client

"Within weeks of meeting Alistair, I was given a really good job by one of the top AV companies in the UK. I whole-heartedly recommend Alistair Stirling as a careers consultant. He is excellent value for money, and an extremely genuine and supportive person.”

London Client

“Thank you for your follow up and for taking the time in these months to help me and support me with my professional development. It was very productive for me and I feel I improved a lot. I have became more confident about my potential and skills.” 

Coaching Client

"The course was informative and educational. I now feel positive in planning my career path and next steps"

London Client

“Very interesting and helpful especially the information about branding which was new to me.”

Local Authority Employee

The candidates think  about:

  • where they are now 
  • where they want to take their careers 
  • how they are going to get there.  
  • They also need to think about what they want to accomplish in their current roles

If you are interested in finding out more about managing and planning your career path please contact Alistair Stirling.

Bromley Careers Consultant Alistair Stirling offering careers advice in & around Kent, London

Alistair Stirling is a registered careers adviser with over 20 years’ experience of supporting people back into employment.

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