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The importance of a good CV business coaching
Writing a CV is your opportunity to give a great first impression to your potential employers. The problem is that you only have a limited space in which to fit your whole life story. Younger clients have the opposite concern. They can feel daunted by the prospect of filling a whole page with relevant experience. In today’s blog, we’ll look at what you should include in your CV, what you can afford to leave out, Read More
  Categories : Career Success  Posted by Matthew Francis
Smart-casual dressed people sat in a line of chairs
What Models are good for you? I’m Martin Cunningham and I qualified as a competency-based interview assessor over 25 years ago and have taught, coached and mentored throughout that time. I have been approached by many to support them in their career development, with special focus on Interview preparation. Witnessing my clients’ successes, I decided that this is a great way to involve myself in helping others achieve their dream roles through career coaching, executive Read More
  Categories : Career Success  Posted by Matthew Francis
Executive coaching advantages
Well before the word ‘coronavirus’ entered our day-to-day vernacular, seismic changes were being made in the workplace. Big businesses were already working to accommodate a new generation of talent, a generation with a whole new set of expectations and different priorities. For example, the new workforce places a higher value on their mental wellbeing, people want more autonomy over the direction of their careers and don’t necessarily aspire to ascend rigid hierarchies, motivation will be Read More
  Categories : Career Success  Posted by Matthew Francis
Public sector coaching career coaching post covid19
Workers in the public sector are being pushed and challenged in a way that typically only occurs once in a generation. It’s no coincidence that we hear the language of war used to describe the efforts of public sector workers against COVID-19. Everyone is facing such incredible uncertainty, not only in fear for their own health and the health of loved ones, but of what’s to follow. Once some semblance of “normality” has resumed, it’s Read More
  Categories : Career Success  Posted by Matthew Francis
Aerial view of forest with green trees by one yellow
I’m Martin Cunningham and I qualified as a competency-based interview assessor over 25 years ago and have taught, coached and mentored throughout that time. I was seconded by the UK Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO) in EU post conflict missions and led the Rule of Law capacity building pillars within EULEX Kosovo, (the largest EU civilian crisis mission in the world), working with Ministers of Justice and Interior, and where I also coached and mentored a Read More
  Categories : Career Success  Posted by Matthew Francis
Training contract professional services coaching
One of the main requests I get in my work as a professional services career coach is to guide students through the process of applying for a training contract in a law firm. There’s perhaps no bigger decision for students pursuing a career in law than deciding which area to specialise in, and which law firm to apply for. Once you’ve made those monumental decisions, then there’s the matter of actually applying and being accepted! Read More
  Categories : Career Success  Posted by Matthew Francis

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