Career Planning

When you decide to take your next career step, write out your personal and professional goals to see if they align. The following questions can help you clarify your objectives:

  1. Why are you in the field in which you’re currently working?
  2. Are your talents and personality traits being fully utilised?
  3. Are continuing education and training high priorities where you work?

After you’ve answered these questions, follow these next steps:

Career management. Take control of your life by taking positive steps to achieve your objectives.

Support. Be sure that your family endorses your choices. You'll be able to move faster when an offer is tendered.

Networking. Your career network should include friends, current and former colleagues, vendors, industry contacts, recruiters, teachers and classmates.

Skills. Today's economic environment is constantly changing, so make sure your skills are up-to-date.

Executive Coaching / Leadership Development  / Career Development.

Jo Howard  can support you with a unique blend of business experience, public speaking, presentation, coaching expertise and executive consultancy.  An initial meeting will help you choose the direction you want to take, whether it is developing your leadership skills, improving your standing, seated or virtual presentations, handing Q&A sessions, (media or interview), giving effective briefings or being able to speak on the spot.

Our programmes combine workshops and master-classes with one-to-one coaching to help you apply, review and integrate your learning. Always stimulating, insightful and productive for delegates, no two programmes are the same. We practice what we preach. A successful intervention has to start with understanding you and your organisation.

Interested? To discuss tailoring a programme designed for you, contact us today.