Ten2Two Hampshire are delighted to be holding their second Back To Work Building Blocks Workshop on Thursday 27th April 2017 in Eversley, Hampshire.

( Places are limited, so please contact Louisa@Ten2Two.org if you would like any further info.)

With 4 brilliant speakers to give inside information on everything you need to know to help you in your search for the perfect job, from building your confidence, managing your time and updating your CV, to preparing for interviews.

We know you’ll come away with information and ideas that will help you reach your full potential.

Andy Wilkinson

Andy Wilkinson of Chameleon Career Consultancy has spent over 11 years in Corporate Recruitment, read over 250,000 CVs and interviewed over 3,000 people. He now coaches people on CV writing, Interviewing and using LinkedIn to find their next role. Andy will give a talk on “Re-writing your CV? Put your old CV down and step away”. Andy will talk through how to think about your CV to bring out new, different and better content to make your new CV really that. NEW.

Michelle Hiseman

Michelle Hiseman of Realise Happiness is a career counsellor, interview coach and CV writer – a psychologist with a background in human resources who is passionate about being energised and satisfied in their work. In her presentation she will look at how to anticipate question topics, answer competency based questions and commonly asked questions. Michelle will also give you ideas about how to maintain a favourable impression when discussing your weaknesses and what kind of questions to ask the interviewers.

Fiona Jones

Fiona Jones of Berkshire Lifestyle Concierge is a Professional Organiser and Lifestyle Manager. She started her company to help frantically busy people regain a balance in their personal lives. Her presentation is “Time saving tips for busy working people”, and talks about:

·      How to organise your personal life to reduce hassle and stress

·      How to make working from home productive and reduce distractions

·      How to overcome the guilt of trying to juggle work and family life

Jo Marshall

Jo Marshall of Sparkling Ginger Colour And Style is a personal stylist. Her presentation is on First Impressions – Tips on how to get your Interview / Work outfit right, everyday. Jo says, “We make judgements on people all the time in everyday life and within seconds we create an opinion on that person. This can make choices, about what to wear each morning, a time consuming process especially in a new workplace or an interview.” Jo will talk through some easy tips on how to get your interview / work outfits right each time.

And as ever, we’ll have teas, coffees and pastries on tap all morning, because we love them too!

For more info on the Back to Work Building Blocks Workshop, please email Louisa@Ten2Two.org

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