Espace CoursPROFESSIONAL SUPPORT IN HIS JOB SEARCH / CAREER TRANSITION, ESPECIALLY DURING COVID19
Adapted to each case and need, the objective is support in accessing a job, from the search for departure to the signing of the contract: - After the search and selection of relevant advertisements, establish and illustrate your transversal skills profile then create an attractive CV and write a striking cover letter highlighting your professional background - stand out in the preparation of their interviews, from oral presentation to expression through appropriate body language. Interview simulation & video analysis filmed if necessary - Identify your values, promote your professional project / your assets and strengths but also work on areas for improvement in order to find new momentum in your career. Note that during the videoconference session, all the notes are transcribed in the chat so that you can access them at any time when you wish. Statistically, the progression following these private sessions is quickly noticeable, from 2 sessions *. (* study 2020) PLACES : - Locations: Geneva - Lausanne - Friborg - Neuchâtel - Montreux - Basel - Sion - Sierre - Morges - Bienne. But currently and until further notice, only by videoconference in accordance with national recommendations on Covid. These sessions also seem perfectly unanimous since they have the advantages of direct (example: quality of the interaction), without its disadvantages (example: loss of travel time) with additional advantages (example: chat notes that can be read later). In this context, these videoconference sessions for which you have requested me, seem to suit everyone perfectly, take place in a very optimal way and generate a certain enthusiasm (and a certain enthusiasm). That is why, at your request, I continue to offer this option. Take good care of yourself and yours. THE TRAINER - COACH: Trained in Grande Ecole post-preparatory classes & Ivy League university in the United States, our teacher has specialized and has been working for more than 13 years, in Europe and North America, in the field of communication and public speaking, in renowned international public and private institutions, intervening in forums and conferences, and oriented towards pedagogy and careful methodology. PROGRAM A la carte program: assessed and adapted to each need
OlivierMaximize your chances of being hired through simple and powerful techniques
Support in the areas of hiring: - Writing and presentation of a hard-hitting CV both in form and content (how to arouse the interest of the reader and how to be invited to a job interview). -Writing of a motivation letter (response to a job offer or spontaneous application). - Preparation and repetition of a job interview (key questions ... to say and not to say) - Techniques to optimize verbal and non-verbal communication Together we identify the relevant elements that guarantee you a CV that attracts attention and guarantees that you will be invited to a job interview. During the rehearsal of a job interview, we prepare the answers to give, the aspects not to say. I work on both the verbal and the nonverbal aspects. If desired, a video can be recorded and analyzed together.
Jean-YvesNative French teacher. Interactive class all levels (A1 to C2) Preparation for DELF and DALF, By student, professional, translation.
My French method is very didactic. According to the student, because for me each student has his or her own, their interests. For this reason, I like private classes, but also, I have a group of students so that they can interact with each other. I emphasize speaking, reading, and writing. I teach a high-quality French, for students who want in addition to having a good diction and pronunciation, can have a conversation, with a very cultured person (learning all the French conjugations and use) The other point is that I teach, not only the French language, but also the French Culture, traversed the history, geography of France, its territories and outer province of France (Guadeloupe, Martinique, Tahiti, etc ...) and of the many countries where French is spoken. French. Also with knowledge of art, literature, music, etc ... I want my students to fall in love with the French language, of course it will depend on the student, and their abilities. I use a French literature for learning, and personal document so that the vocabulary is learned as soon as possible, to make phrases and sentences. Pronunciation will be very important to me, and I am very demanding but the result will be excellent. The rest to you to discover, I hope you very soon, in this linguistic journey in the world of French History. My French method is very didactic. According to the student, because for me each student has his or her own, their interests. For this reason, I like private classes, but also, I have a group of students so they can interact with each other. I emphasize speaking, reading, and writing. I teach a high-quality French, for students who want in addition to having a good diction and pronunciation, can have a conversation, with a very cultured person (learning all the French conjugations and use) The other point is that I teach, not only the French language, but also the French Culture, traversed the history, geography of France, its territories and outer province of France (Guadeloupe, Martinique, Tahiti, etc ...) and of the many countries where French is spoken. French. Also with knowledge of art, literature, music, etc ... I want my students to fall in love with the French language, of course it will depend on the student, and their abilities. I use a French literature for learning, and personal document so that the vocabulary is learned as soon as possible, to make phrases and sentences. Pronunciation will be very important to me, and I am very demanding but the result will be excellent. The rest to you to discover, I hope you very soon, in this linguistic journey in the world of French History. Welcome to you!
TaniaGet that job - Skype - Develop professionally - Former UN Staff Development Officer
Opportunity to work online with a highly experienced (and fun!) recruitment specialist and staff development officer - 'Chartered Institute of Professional Development', MBTI and SHL qualified. I have many years of experience working in diverse working environments and teams so I understand the challengers and potential opportunities. Are you applying to: < United Nations (UN) < Private/public sector job; < Internship or, < Something similar. Do you want to: < Acquire skills (Inc. applying search engines) to find the job that aligns to your experience, skills, values and career goals < Understand what the job description is saying and evaluating if you are a good match < Write a successful job application that attracts the recruiter's attention (often there are 200 applications for one job) < Prepare for a test - often a mandatory step in the recruitment process - so you are more ready for the test questions < Learn competency-based interviewing techniques through Skype role-playing so your are excellently prepared for the actual interview Do you want to develop professionally so you can: < Work more effectively within your team < Acquire skills to manage your team more effectively < Learn skills and acquire specialist tools to achieve conflict resolution and harmony < Build confidence, manage stress, and stay calm even when under pressure. Contact me, I have years of experience in recruitment and building the capacity of staff in the UN and private and public sector. I train, coach and mentor people at all levels and help them secure jobs and develop professionally. Let's discuss your objectives so you can walk away with the practical skills and tools to improve your opportunities, manage stress and enjoy work-life balance.
YinhaoPreparation for Interviews of Quantitative Finance (Quantitative Analyst) Positions
Hey folks, Do you want to land a job offer in Quantitative Finance area in a bank, asset manager or fund? Do you find difficulty in technical questions that may arise in the interview? I'm here for help! In particular, I help you prepare technical questions that commonly appear in the interview for a Quant position. These questions include, but not limited to: - Mathematics, calculus, differential equations - Financial instruments: options, bonds, swaps, forwards, futures - C++, Data structures - Probability, stochastic calculus - Logic/Brainteasers Please don't hesitate to drop a message should you have any questions. Good luck!
FatjonCareer Development, Career planning, Resume/CV/Cover letter
My goal is to help you with your career development and job search. I can help you polish your resume/CV, as well as, your cover letter. I also conduct mock interviews to prepare you in advance and help you come up with better answers. I help you improve your online presence, as well as, actively look for positions that I think would be a good fit for you. I can be flexible about the schedule so let me know if you are interested but cannot make it due to conflicting schedules. I will try my best to match your schedule.
LaureJob Preparation & Career Coaching (Objectives, Strategy, CV, Interview etc.)
Are you ..searching for a job? ..in professional re-orientation? What are the studies and you wonder what's next among all the choices? ..you want to put yourself in your account? Or do you simply wish to change or accelerate your career? I can accompany you and give you the right tools so that you can quickly progress in your choices and professional challenges. who am I? I have been accompanying people in their career and life development for more than 10 years. I was executive in a big multinational, with an international tour I did twice a professional reorientation on 3 levels (location, industry, function) I started myself and I can guide you in this process I did an MBA at INSEAD & I am a recruiter. I know and can convey all the tricks to make a resume, manage an interview, set a goal and career plan. Hope to meet you
JoannaEnglish Course Which Will Make You More Desirable to Employers
If you have ambitions to become an international businessperson, it’s essential that you’re able to speak English fluently. Even if you’re not thinking of living and working abroad, that doesn’t mean you won’t find English a helpful language to put on your CV. There may well be plenty of English-speaking multinational corporations with offices in your home country. What’s more, careers that involve lots of travel or international exposure, use English as their official language, and many employers in these sectors are likely to require evidence of a certain level of proficiency in English before they will consider employing you. This means that if you can speak English, you’ll find that you have a greater number of possible careers to choose from. Have I convinced you yet? If you’ve been inspired to learn English, consider enrolling in my course!
MazenConversational English - (Conversational English)
Focus on 1 or more of the subjects mentioned: -Learn to speak English fluently -Prepare your CV -Prepare your Cover Letter - Prepare well for a job interview and have the right answers to successfully land the job -Public speaking -The sale and preparation of the sales pitch -Make PowerPoint presentations in English - Introduce yourself in English -Pass the English level test (TOEIC, TOEFL, CAMBRIDGE TEST, ...)
HaithamOwn your interviews! Communication skills including Non-verbal Body Communication Skills! How to learn & study in various methods too!
Learn How to Listen. Most people underestimate the role of nonverbal communication, or body language. ... Perk Up Your Presentations. ... Master Talking on the Telephone. ... Write More Effective Emails. ... Collaborate Well with Remote Teams. ... Don't Neglect Critical Software Skills. The many different types of nonverbal communication or body language include: Facial expressions. The human face is extremely expressive, able to convey countless emotions without saying a word. ... Body movement and posture. ... Gestures. ... Eye contact. ... Touch. ... Space. ... Voice. ... Pay attention to inconsistencies.
ClaireCoaching in professional development - better understand career changes
Every career is made up of ups and downs, challenges to relaunch (promotion, taking charge of teams, relationship difficulties etc.). Being able to talk about it openly, seeing situations from another angle, knowing the tools to better manage situations is precious for a lifetime.
DerekOxford & Cambridge University Interview Prep Course
Have you been invited to interview at Oxford or Cambridge this coming autumn? Congratulations! Oxbridge interviews are the make-or-break stage in acceptance into one of these two top-tier universities, and they require a significant amount of preparation and know-how in order to succeed. Having successfully secured a place for myself to study English Language & Literature at the University of Oxford in 2015, and having been subsequently invited to pursue a Master's degree in English literature on scholarship, I am versed in the intricacies and expectations of the interview process for a range of disciplines. I work with students across a series of sessions to hone their understanding of what's expected of them during the interview process, to identify their particular strengths and improve on their weakness, and to practice extemporaneous speaking and timed essay-writing and test-taking. Each course is designed with the candidate in mind, and I can outline a recommended number of sessions and their contents based on an initial session.
BarbaraRefresher - Grammar - Oral - Preparation for any exam - Professional: Present, Negotiate, Lead meetings
French of American origin, with more than 10 years of successful experience in advancing college and high school students for National Education, and training adults to present, negotiate, lead meetings and conduct job interviews in English , I offer my lessons with my ABLE pedagogy: Active, Benevolent, Playful and Efficient. => Bac + 4 in International Relations, Certified in the teaching of English as a foreign language, certified as a Distance Teacher. => Very quickly, I identify your objectives, your points to improve and your way of learning: visual (by noting, by seeing images), auditory (by listening), and / or kinesthetic (learning by doing, by moving) with realistic scenarios. => The explanations and the exercises are both much simpler and pragmatic for you and for your children. => Any student from the 6th (11 years old), and any adult, even neuro atypical (autistic, "DYS" profile, ADD / HD, HPI, hypersensitive etc.), is welcome. => Without judgment, listening, all written, audio and video exchanges remain strictly confidential.
JessicaSelf-Reflection and Self-Awareness - in life and in writing
I have been working in the Adult Learning and Career Development sectors for more than 12 years, supporting people to grow and develop both personally and professionally. I have also worked in counselling settings with young people, adults and couples, as well as managing a mentoring project and undertaking academic proof-reading, and all these experiences inform my methods now. I blend a person-centred focus with a practical and structured approach to good effect. I believe that professional development goes hand-in-hand with increased understanding of self and others, also known as emotional intelligence. Understanding and valuing your own strengths and vulnerabilities helps you communicate more strongly and create more honest, productive relationships, both at home and at work, and can impact on your ability to make a convincing argument in written form as well. I am happy to meet you at your home, at my home or at another location convenient to us both, or we can work via webcam. I normally prepare tasks or concepts to consider between meetings, and always tailor the sessions to what you most need or want to get out of them. If you want a simple listening ear, that is fine - if you want someone to create a schedule to help you stick to goals, I can do that. We can decide between us what might best help you get where you want to in your life or career. The availability in the calendar below is just a guide, I can work around your schedule, so please feel free to ask about specific days or times.
SabrinaLNAT, Law University Admissions Tutoring, and/or Oxbridge Mentoring from an Oxford law student
This course is for anyone preparing to take the LNAT or undergoing university admissions for a law degree in the UK. I'm an Oxford student in the second year of a Law with French Law degree. Having passed the LNAT and a rigorous applications process with flying colours, I'm well-placed to provide tailored guidance for the exam, interviews, and crafting a personal statement which reflects your greatest strengths. Most of all, I'm passionate about my degree, so I can show you what it means to study the law at a high level, challenging and supporting you so that you go into the process with your eyes open and with a real interest in your chosen subject. So if you just want a taste of the law or Oxbridge-style teaching, or if you want a comprehensive course of mock interviews and personal statement support, get in touch - I look forward to meet you!