Managing change

Change in the workplace generally follows certain patterns. A phase of incomprehension, where people try to make sense of the situation, is generally followed by a feeling of uncertainty, which is shaped by anxiety about the future, cynicism but also sadness about the loss of the familiar. At some point, a new belief in what is feasible sets in and people have the courage to take new steps and open up new opportunities for themselves.

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My goal

The five possibilities of a professional reorientation:

Only those who know what direction they want their career to take can really shape their futures. The aim of this module is to provide you with the foundation you need to make decisions and choose the right path(s) for your future career. It is not about making “good” or “bad” decisions; instead, it’s about making decisions that are right for you – and decisions that you will ultimately be able to follow through.

Below are five options to choose from when giving your career a new direction.

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Career Check:

Our programme gives you access to your personal Career Check. Here you have the chance to view a sample evaluation.


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My market

The aim of this module is to show you that you can do more than you think. You will develop your strengths and skills. You will be qualified to understand your strengths and weaknesses from the point of view of a potential employer and to contribute at the right place in the labour market. To do this, you need to understand how a vacancy arises in a company.

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N: Employees activate their networks.
D: The people with decisionmaking authority decide wether a problem is resolved or not.
?: A company has a problem or a need.
: The budget for the job/role or task is approved.
HR: The HR department select suitable candidates.
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My documents

The aim of this module is to compile a complete folder of documents, which you can use to introduce yourself to decision makers and potential employers.

You now know how positions are created and can decide whether you want to take an active role in shaping the process or a more passive approach in applying for advertised positions.

Networking and social media

The aim of this module is to show you ways and techniques that will enable you to build, cultivate and use your own network. To do this, we will also tackle the topic of social media, now a vital element in any job hunt.

Conversation guide

The trickiest moment in the entire application process is the face-to-face interview with a potential employer. More than 70% of applications fail due to a sub-optimal interview. In this module you will learn about various methods that will help you to prepare correctly for an interview. The aim of this module is to make you feel more confident and appear more professional in interview situations, which will significantly improve your chances of success.

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The first 100 days

You start a new job. This brings with it a specific challenge – the probationary period in a new environment. The aim of this module is to give you some advice to take with you to help you cope successfully with the first 100 days in the company…

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