What is Your Next Career Step?
You are mid-career looking back at a successful career. However, in your current position you are lacking motivation and drive. Now is the time for change. You are seeking a new role that offers more independence, meaningfulness, and impact. Maybe a career change is the right step now. What corresponds to your profile and values? Where to find relevant contacts to crucial door openers and decision makers? And how to get the courage, vigor, and determination to go ahead and make the first step?
Leadership on the Job
You are in a senior position satisfied with your current job. What you now need is guidance to grow in this role and enhance your leadership competencies. Or maybe you were just promoted to a leadership position yet lacking needful experience. Maybe you are having conflicts with your team or your boss not able to solve them on your own. You are looking for a sparring partner to reflect on your leadership role, refine your skills, and gain more confidence in dealing with everyday challenges.
Returnees Reintegration and Expats
You lived abroad for some years on a foreign assignment. Now it is time to return home. You are seeking orientation on the German or European job market. Your network is no longer up to date. In addition, you do not have the institutional knowledge nor a realistic estimate who would be interested in your profile and where the opportunities lie.
Or you are expat relocating to Germany seeking orientation on the local job market. You are not familiar with the German application processes and standards nor with the diverse occupational fields, professions, and institutions. Further concerns you may have are the lack of crucial insider contacts and German language skills.
You have treated yourself to a sabbatical. Or you interrupted your career for family care. How to initiate a re-entry into the job market? Is now the right time for a career change or even setting up your own business? Further concerns are how to explain your career break to a potential employer and what trainings you should consider to bridge the time well?
You have just graduated from university and there are so many open questions. What are your competencies and talents? What is your career goal? Which occupational fields, professions, and roles match your profile and personality? What are crucial factors for a compelling CV, cover letter or interview to convince the employer that you are a qualified candidate? Where to find relevant jobs, in particular on the hidden job market? And often so crucial for a successful job search: how do you build up a reliable network within this field?