Career Development and CV Workshop

We are delighted to welcome professional career progression coach, Lisa Westbury from Career Garden who will help you think about your career vision for the next year, and what will give you the confidence to achieve it. Working together with your peers, you’ll develop insights about your strengths and skills and receive ideas from other professional individuals.

There will then be a CV workshop. Tracey Adams, Director of Ten2Two Gloucestershire and Bristol will take you through a suggested CV format, highlighting how to include those new-found strengths and skills.  This will be a relaxed session looking at how best to present yourself on your CV, how employers and recruiters view them.  We will also show you some tweaks and advice to help you to improve your CV’s impact.  Bring along a copy of your CV if you have one (don’t worry, we won’t ask you to share it!).

There will also be time to network with like-minded professionals and meet the Ten2Two team.

Date:                  Wednesday 6 March, 10am-12pm

Location:          Harbour & Browns, Unit 15, Cargo 2, Wapping Wharf, Bristol, BS1 6ZA

Parking:          There is a large pay car park for Wapping Wharf. It can be accessed from Wapping Road.  More details here

To book:          email ruth@ten2two.org

A bit about Lisa

Lisa Westbury

With a background in staff engagement, corporate communication and commercial publishing Lisa has over 20 years of experience in working with people around change, communication, beliefs and motivation.

She is a professionally certified coach and licensed to use the Firework career transition programme. She blends her first hand experience of helping people manage change in the workplace together with in-depth expertise in facilitating personal growth and career development.

Her clients vary in their background and goals. What they have in common is the desire for greater clarity about who they are, what they are capable of doing, and tools for confidently achieving this in balance with other important elements of their life.

She creates an environment of warmth and encouragement, and works with you to build the trust needed to open up hidden possibilities, explore insights, challenge perceptions, and source the confidence to stretch out of your comfort zone.  For a free consultation with sample coaching session please get in touch.

A bit about Ten2Two

You may be looking for a new flexible role, or a part-time job or thinking of going back to work after a career break. If you’re returning to work after a long career break or simply just need more flexibility in your life, we can help. We’re experts in flexible working and we understand your situation.

Flexible roles and part-time jobs are what we do, and we’ve been doing it for over 10 years. We’ve supported thousands of highly skilled people, mostly women but increasingly men, fulfil their ambitions through flexible working. If you’re unsure what type of flexible working pattern you’d like to work, here is an overview of the most popular options our members choose and our client companies require.

 

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