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Resilience, Wellness & Change

Greetings!

 

Welcome to our September newsletter.

 

In this edition we focus on Wellness and Resilience, important topics for all of us and especially when changing careers. 

Wellness and your Career 

Wellness

When we focus on our wellbeing, we're not just healthier and happier, we're more adaptable, more intelligent and even better looking!!.

To cut through the wealth of information out there, the evidence points to 6 clear areas to focus on to be at our best.

Click here to download the 6 Cylinders of Wellness

...and don't forget to complete the scorecard to see how you're doing!

 

ALCHEMY Career Management 

UPDATE:  ALCHEMY has increased the number of coaches to 12 nationwide and we're delighted to add the ACT to our network.

While new employment opportunities are harder to find this year, with the right focus and support, 88% of our participants are still transitoning their careers within 12 weeks. 

HunterBligh Executive Career Transition

Briefing Session  

There is little doubt that 2012 has been a difficult year for Executives in transition.   

 

The job market has been relatively flat, with little movement at senior levels resulting in fewer opportunities being created. 

 

Executive Resilience 

Here, Nigel Leadbitter talks about the current executive experience and how building resilience is more important than ever.

 

Click here to read more. 

How Can We Help?
Every circumstance is different, all are confidential.
Let us know about your business and we will detail how we can support you, your people and your organisation.

Sincerely,
The ALCHEMY and HunterBligh Team 
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"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life."
Confucius

Transition Outcomes
67% of Participants have moved to roles with higher salary & benefits after their ALCHEMY Program.

In this market, most Participants (57.1%) are taking the more secure career option by choosing the Same Role and the Same Industry.