Career Clarity Workshop with Louise Jenner, The Dream Job Coach.

Wednesday 27th September, 930am-1130am. 
Holiday Inn Express, Waterwells Business Park, Telford Way, Gloucester, GL2 2AB

If you’ve been banging your head against a brick wall, sending out lots of job applications and getting little or no response, you’re probably feeling frustrated, anxious and even a bit desperate.

You may be saying to yourself (and others): “I’ll do anything, I just need a job!”

Stop!

“It’s hard to find your dream job when you don’t know what it looks like! ” says Louise Jenner, The Dream Job Coach.

In this Career Clarity Workshop we will work through your current situation and what has created it. We’ll get really clear about what you do and don’t want and we’ll take a peek into the future to begin to discover what your dream job looks like.

At the end of the session, you will be clearer about where you’re headed and about some of the simple changes you can make in your job search process in order to sky-rocket your chances of success.

To book a place, please email sue@ten2two.org.

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