Canterbury Career Coaching
Taking positive steps to take your career forward
The Right Ethos is a Career Coaching and Recruitment consultancy. Established in 2007 to help individuals move their careers forward.
One-to-one individual attention on your career
To help you get your next role or help you make an informed decision about your future, talking to our Career Coach at The Right Ethos could make a real difference to your life and work.
Our sessions are all about equipping individuals with practical guidance on how to move up, across or into a completely new field altogether. Many people recognise that they need to take control of their careers and that a career coach can help them to do so.
Often not being pro-active about your career management can mean that your career drifts, and that you don’t look for or take opportunities at the optimum time for your career.
We help our clients with their thinking about how to approach the next stage of their career. We start by asking the individual in advance of the session to think about and answer a range of questions.
We support them with specific issues around applying for roles – such as the preparation of:
- Covering letters
- Supporting statements
When it comes to interviews, we support candidates with:
- interview technique
- anticipation of questions
- formulation of answers
Do you need Career Coaching?
Are you at the start of your career and have applied for more than 10 roles and not been offered an interview?
There maybe a problem with the type of roles that you are applying for or how you complete applications forms, CVs and covering letters. Or it simply could be the competitive job market.Career Coaching can help identify what the issue is and then help to give you your best chance of getting your career going with expert advice and guidance from someone with experience in the campaigning and charity sector.
Do you have more than 3 years experience and have applied for more than 6 roles and not been offered an interview?
If so, it could be a problem with your applications or the jobs you are going for. After 6 unsuccessful applications, you may wish to consider career coaching as an option to get your career back on track.
Have you had 5 or more interviews and not been appointed to a role?
Charities usually aim to interview between 4-7 candidates for a role, so there’s no evidence to suggest that there’s a problem should you have 1-3 interviews where you have not been appointed. However, once you’ve had 5 or more interviews without success, it could be that some advice, guidance and possibly including some mock interviews would make a real difference to gaining your next job.
Quotes on our Career Coaching
“I got the job! And I think our session really helped me to focus.” Alison Meston
“…thanks for your support today. I finished an application as soon as we got off the phone … That I would not have done if I had not spoken with you.”
Dr. Tallyn Gray
“After meeting for just one hour I left with much greater clarity on my skills and experience and how to explain them to prospective employers. He helped identified holes in my CV and application approach and gave constructive, practical advice on how to rectify this. Within three weeks I got an excellent job that a few months beforehand would have felt out of reach.” LucyH.
“I got the job! Thanks again for the help with the interview preparation, it really helped.” Kate Z.
“Thank you for absolutely excellent feedback and guidance! It was exactly what I needed. I’ll be in touch once I’ve reworked my CV” SB
“That’s great! Really useful, thanks very much” Caroline F
Sessions are 1 hour long
1 session – £65
2 sessions – £118
3 sessions – £175
5 sessions – £285
Career Coaching Sessions are generally held via Skype or in Canterbury. Though we can travel if necessary.