Only you can find a job for yourself. An exceptionally qualified marketing manager working for a large financial institution sees change coming. The bank is going through another restructuring exercise. No doubt–jobs will be in jeopardy. Instead of turning the other cheek and working harder, waiting for the carnage to unfold, this manager decides to act, taking charge of her career–and her destiny.
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The Horan Group is a consulting practice working with global organisations to build savvy, inclusive and engaged work environments with the sole intent of retaining talent. We help you recognize and retain talent to drive performance and innovation.
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Examining subtle and visual bias across gender, generations, culture and leadership style. Using stories, visuals and discussions, to explore the pervasive nature of bias across employee life cycle, from recruitment, talent management, performance reviews and leadership selection. The workshop focuses on awareness and change.
Re-framing thinking on “office politics” and exploring power networks, connections and connectors, personal brand and perception management, visibility and credibility, and self and team promotion, and the role of language. Using case scenarios and assessments, the workshop builds savvy skills and strategies to manage careers, drive change and sell ideas.
Ensuring success within the first 100 days for newly appointed leaders. Emphasizing savvy skills, examining legacy and predecessors, understanding corporate culture, team and business.
The Political Savvy Assessment examines social impact, politics and power, networks and connections, perception management, visibility and credibility.
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You’ve found your dream job, but within six months your world turns upside down. The company restructures, leaving a trail of high level departures. Your boss leaves unexpectedly, HR informs you of further budget cuts aligned with the restructure, suggesting you reach out and connect with corporate headquarters.
We rarely think about our next next role until forced into making a choice – to stay or to move on. Last week an experienced finance executive received a redundancy package, not a bad one at all. But her knee-jerk reaction was, “I need a job.” Her impulse question followed, “know any good search firms that'll help me find something?”
Many of us start off a new year or new moon with the best of intentions: exercise more, save more, find a new start and job. Exercising and saving seem easy – the first step is the start – put one foot in front of the other, and getting into a regiment, whether physical or fiscal health.