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What are the key ingredients for successful change management?
The Human Capital Institute (HCI) and International Coach Federation (ICF) have partnered to research coaching cultures in organisations for the past 5 years. This year’s research focuses on change management and the role of coaching in change initiatives.
Do you have time and money to waste?
When you're working with a Coach you want to move from A to B sooner rather than later right?
Are you maximising the time you spend with your Coach?
If you're about to start searching for a new role it can be tempting to launch straight into the application phase; simply adding your current position to your existing CV and firing it off to recruiters and adverts. Whilst I admire the energy and drive, it's not the best approach. Taking a little time at the start of the process to complete key foundational stages will pay dividends in the form of; greater responses, more interviews, more choice and better offers.
Application groundwork completed, it's time to move on and craft a killer CV. Let's dive straight in.
Cover letters should be short and carefully constructed. If you provide essential information, highlighting what's key for the person reviewing applications, you'll secure yourself a first stage phone call if not a full blown interview.