Investigate your options, decide on your goals and choose a role which leads to success and meaning.
Focus On What’s Important.
Deciding on our next job opportunity is becoming a more regular occurrence. We’re changing jobs more than ever before: an average of 10-15 times per career. But when you’re faced with the prospect of a new challenge with another company, assessing whether it’s going to be right for you can be a minefield.
Have A Clear Path Forward.
When deciding whether to take a job offer, you’re hoping to maximise attainment of your objectives. If an opportunity scores highly against all objectives, you’ll quickly know what to do.
Narrow Down Your Choices.
But your choice may not be so easy. You may have two good options. Or one opportunity may be better on some objectives, but worse on others. There’s uncertainty. There’s risk. How do you pull everything together and reach a confident conclusion?
Map Your Path To C-Level.
It’s important for you to have a clear direction before you go out to market; doing so will enable you to have a value proposition that speaks directly into the needs of recruiters and hiring managers. This is where Arielle's Strategic Career Coaching is of value.
What Do Our Clients Think?
“…I have since taken on a very exciting assignment and am very grateful for the fantastic result, which was in no small part as due to the work done with the Arielle team. Would I use them again? Absolutely!”
Executive Director, Luxury International Hotels & Resorts
“I would have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending Irene and her team at Arielle.”
Finance Director, OPTUS
Find Your 'Why'.
We support you in making meaningful career choices. Why are you doing what you are doing? Is it for your family? Your kids? For a certain lifestyle? That 'why' has to be so strong that when you think about it you will get emotional. That 'why' will be the driving force that will push you to be the best at what you do.
Enquire About Strategic Career Coaching.
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