What possibilities do I have to actively promote my career and my professional development?
How will my professional tasks change over the next few years?
Will my competences still meet the requirements of tomorrow?
Is a career change worth my effort?
How do I proceed if I want to give my career a boost?
What does your future career path look like?
Since 1998, we have supported almost 40,000 people around the world in changing their career. These people have been instrumental in creating this programme for you.
Regardless of whether you yourself have decided to make a change or whether change has been forced upon you, any career change raises a number of profound questions: How do I deal with the situation? How do I develop professionally? What can I do? What do I want to do? How do I position myself in the market? How can I use my network proactively? You will discover that you have more potential than you think. A new career direction opens up huge opportunities. Let the journey begin!
Hans Rudolf Feuz
Head Group Sales LRV, Stadler Rail Management AG
“During my outplacement process, I found the personal and committed support of Mr Kres very rewarding, challenging, refreshing and motivating. We collaborated well together and I felt that we were on an equal footing. I can highly recommend his far-sighted, knowledgeable and multifaceted coaching.”
Configuration Manager, Swiss Federal Railways
“Following the closure of my place of work, where I had been employed for over 14 years, I was offered an opportunity to take part in a ProMoveTM outplacement programme. The workshops and the meetings with Michèle Schwarz-Rellstab, who acted as personal coach, were very rewarding. At the workshops, you get to know people who are in the same situation and you can talk about how you are dealing with it. During the personal coaching sessions, I was able to improve my self-image and refine my job application strategy. My coach had an excellent understanding of how to approach the issues and topics that I was avoiding. This helped greatly to improve my self-image, which had suffered as a result of the redundancy, and made me 'fit for the future'.”