When faced with a layoff or reduction-in-force, departing employees must quickly determine “What’s next?” – often under difficult circumstances.
With a coaching-based approach, we assist exiting employees with revising resumes, practicing interview skills, and conducting a strategic job search to land a new position. Our highly personalized process is designed to motivate employees to take charge of their job search and leave your organization with a positive impression of your employer brand. Our career transition services are available one-on-one or in a group workshop setting.
“Working with Traverse gave me the ability to evaluate who I was, assess different career options, and learn how to strategically manage my career in a way I never had before. I received highly personalized coaching and the confidence to move forward in discovering what was next for me.” – Senior Marketing Executive
You can call on Traverse to deliver dynamic and highly interactive workshops on a range of career management topics. Our goal is to ensure your employees leave equipped with tools and strategies that result in greater career accountability.
Sample Workshops Include:
“The workshop content provided a personalized style that allowed participants to have a one-on-one experience even in a group setting. Overall the experience was engaging, informative, and very worthwhile.”Talent Acquisition Associate
At times, your executive talent may benefit from outside, expert assistance in navigating complex career challenges that come with being in a top role at your organization.
Traverse offers one-on-one coaching for key talent who want to make a greater impact on the success of your organization:
“I personally used Ellen a number of years ago to coach me, and I currently have engaged her to provide coaching to two members of my organization’s senior staff team. She’s fantastic – she provides real-world solutions and spurs the individual being coached toward action-based awareness and decisions. She’s not afraid to present other ways of handling difficult situations.”VP, Human Resources