Aegis Group Executive Transition Program

Personalized career transition counseling assistance relating to all aspects of re-employment.

AEGIS GROUP EXECUTIVE TRANSITION PROGRAM

 

The Executive Transition Program combines in-depth career counseling and assessment with needed support during the transition period.  Beginning with a one-on-one individually designed session, a highly experienced consultant works with the client to develop a practical, realistic career path based on background, experience, skills, personal strengths and interests.

 

This program combines the depth of the more traditional "outplacement" programs with critical personal and professional growth and development. In our business world today, it is not good enough to provide job search skills only. Executives must learn about business relationships, understand why they behave the way they do in those relationships, and how that behavior impacts other people. They need to know how to manage change and become more effective leaders in their new organization. The one-on-one Personal Assessment Consultation, supported by state of the art web-based assessment and career transition tools, directs the executive to a new career opportunity with a high expectation of success.

 

PROGRAM OUTLINE

Personalized career transition counseling assistance relating to all aspects of re-employment, including:

  • Assess job related strengths and weaknesses, career/personal aspirations and goals, and overall skills and abilities;
  • Assess how they manage, how they like to be managed, and their ideal corporate culture. Web-based career and personal assessment tools will be utilized, to provide an assessment of the candidate's greatest strengths and interests along with the environment in which the candidate can function most effectively.
  • In-depth career planning and assistance, to develop realistic, achievable professional goals to establish a direction for the future.
  • Development of an effective resume - one that ties together objectives, qualifications, a summary of relevant experience, and examples of accomplishments.
  • Understanding the employment marketplace, including target hospitals and healthcare companies of interest and learning how to develop effective contacts within these organizations.
  • Practice in approach, interviewing, negotiating, and follow-up techniques that produce the best results build an effective "individualized campaign plan," which includes where to begin, benchmarks of progress, and techniques for correcting potential problems.

 

OVERVIEW

Program Contents

I. INTRODUCTION

  • Manage the Changes of Transition
  • What Employers Seek and How They Decide
  • Work to Be Accomplished by You
  • Making Things Happen

II. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

  • Defining the Value You Bring to the Market SPARS
  • Analysis of Accomplishments
  • Abilities, Interests, Strengths
  • Preferred Environment
  • Career & Personal Assessment

III. CAMPAIGN PLAN/CONTROL

  • Structuring Your Campaign
  • Developing a Campaign Plan
  • Campaign Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Follow Through

IV. RESUMES / PORTFOLIOS

  • Resume Basics
  • Designing a Resume
  • Portfolio - Do You Need One?

V. LETTER AND TELEPHONE SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • Good Letter Writing
  • Telephone Strategies
  • Sample Letters

VI. MARKETING SKILLS

  • Nature of the Job Market
  • Formal Market Approaches
  • Direct Approaches to Decision Maker
  • Means of Recognition
  • Informal Approaches
  • Employment Agencies and Recruiters
  • Answering Ads
  • Sources for Research

VII. CONTACT DEVELOPMENT

  • Contact Development Principles
  • Developing Networking Skills
  • Contact Sources / Contact Lists
  • The Information Referral Process

VIII. THE JOB INTERVIEW PROCESS

  • Interview Principles
  • Interview Questions
  • Recorded Practice (Mock) Interview With Coach
  • Questions You Should Ask
  • The Interview - Presentation Strategies
  • Return Interview - Closing
  • Reference Checks
  • Negotiation Basics

IX. FOLLOW-UP

  • Follow-Up on Transition Principles (Ongoing)
  • Follow-Up after an Interview
  • Follow-Up after Employment Offer
  • Follow-Up after Rejection
  • Follow-Up on Integration to the New Position

 

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