Services

GLOBAL ELITE COACHING

Diamond package

In-depth coverage and extensive skills practice to support recruitment success, plus the opportunity to enhance personal skills and to gain the business insights needed for the recruitment process

Platinum + Professional Insight Coaching

  • Unlimited Interview and Assessment Center Coaching
  • First Step Workshop
  • Resume Coaching
  • 38 hours of Personal Coaching to include Job Application Skills Coaching, Professional Development Coaching and Professional Insight Coaching

One-to-one Personal Coaching – Professional Insight Coaching

Professional Insight Coaching allows candidates to understand the business world they wish to enter and the skills they need to do so successfully. It also allows candidates to perform better throughout the recruitment process, because they have the appropriate background understanding and knowledge in place.

  1. Understanding Western organizational structures – Knowledge needed for commercial and business-related questions and exercises in the recruitment process. Understanding how different business structures are used to meet different business needs, the differences between country-based organizations, functional and matrix organizations and differences between partnerships, corporations, large private global firms and public companies. Candidates will also understand key company functions and how they interact, including HR, Finance, Sales, Marketing, Production and Research & Development
  2. Understanding company vision and strategy – Understanding the differences between vision, strategy, goals and targets and how company values fit with these. Understanding a company’s strategic objectives and how their business plan helps the company deliver on these. Standing back to understand what is important within organizations and sectors where candidates plan to work, as fundamental background knowledge for the recruitment process
  3. Enhancing job-specific knowledge – Developing a clear understanding of a role, likely career progression and relevant qualifications, and therefore demonstrating accurate knowledge and a commitment to this career and industry. Demonstrating to recruiters how candidates have developed a clear understanding and have a very strong motivation to pursue this career, company, sector and position
  4. Understanding performance development – Understanding how companies assess personal performance, set targets and review performance, to give insight into the criteria companies use when recruiting and how companies develop staff. Demonstrating the ability to learn actively, develop professional performance, take feedback and change
  5. Understanding Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and social aspects of business – How to demonstrate wider social engagement in the recruitment process, as an integral part of working life in the West. Understanding why companies value these behaviors and how CSR relates to the company’s mission. How to demonstrate experiences companies look for beyond academic and internship experiences
  6. Developing technical skills – Understanding how to interpret financial and/or written information such as budgets, business forecasts or plans. Learning how to write a report to meet recruitment standards and dealing with the more technical aspects of Assessment Centers
  7. Developing good professional business etiquette – Understanding how to behave in many situations, from Assessment Centers and networking events to eating and drinking with potential new colleagues and recruiters. Learning how to start formal and informal conversations, appropriate topics to discuss in a professional environment, how to change the subject or leave the conversation and how to follow up with a new contact and make a positive impression
  8. Increasing your presence and impact – Understanding how to portray a positive image in terms of attitude, appearance and behavior, to make an impact in interviews and Assessment Centers. How to be confident, fully prepared, organized, on-time and successful
  9. Building your professional profile – Candidates should be seen as highly-suited to their chosen field of work and be able to showcase skills, strengths and experiences valued by employers. How to take advantage of opportunities, add experiences in new and different areas and build a strong profile, to make a significant impact on recruiters and to increase the chances of obtaining a job offer
  10. Finding solutions – Addressing any further issues and challenges you face in securing a role, (for example, if you lack confidence or are unsure of what to do next). Your coach can help and support you through similar situations to find workable and appropriate solutions