Situation

Get a Promotion


Understand what stands between you and promotion


Will you actually be promoted at your current organisation?


Bounce back after being passed over for promotion


Spotlight



Does It Pay to Promote You?

Performance isn't the main driver behind promotion.

Place Yourself for Promotion

10 strategies to support your advancement.

The Promotion Stand-Up (Part One)

What to do when the bad news lands.


Useful Resources



Who gets promoted, who doesn't, and why

12 strategies to advance your career regardless of your skillsets

Give and take

How helping others can drive your success

Thanks for the feedback

The science and art of receiving feedback well

Speakrets

30 marketing and personal branding essentials





What We Offer


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O ne-to-one coaching to help you work through a negative issue that is impacting your career. Ideal when something or someone is impacting your happiness at work, or sense of fulfilment from your career. We review what is happening, and actions you can take to improve the situation. Together, we gather the insights you need and build a plan to bridge you to a better experience.





Is It For You?

Coaching to resolve a work issue is the right programme for you when:

  • You think you're having a quarter-life crisis, and want to work out what to do about it
  • You're having your mid-life crisis and want extra support
  • You want to tackle a long-standing problem with a colleague
  • You have interpersonal difficulties with a boss or supervisor
  • You're having a bad experience at work, and think it may be related to identifiers or bias (race, age, gender, sexual identity)
  • You're not sure if you're being harassed or bullied at work, and want to work out what to do about it



















1

initial review


2

desired future


3

plan development


4

plan implementation


5

consolidation



Review of the existing circumstances and challenge.

Discussion of the coaching road map ahead, including logistics (meeting arrangements, pricing, timing, and length of engagement).

Get a top-level perspective on the issue.

Understand how coaching will address the problem.



Examination of the problem and its impact.

Exploration of your ideal outcome.

Develop your aspirational vision and 1-2 coaching goals.

Gather the insight you require to inform your approach.


Identification of potential obstacles.

Appraisal of strengths to establishment of your ideal outcome.

Understand what milestones you need to achieve.

Develop and embody capacities to carry your plan forward.


Application of the fully-informed coaching plan.

Recalibration of goals and refinement of direction.

Step-by-step action to achieve your ideal outcome.

Witness changes in your situation, and integrate emerging insights.


Appraisal of progress made.

Development of longer-range plan.

Establish a follow-up process for support.

Plot your course ahead.




Key Features

  • Support and guidance from an expert coach
  • Coaching sessions via phone, video conference, or in person
  • Robust and agile coaching methodology, based on the Hudson Approach
  • Choose a coach yourself, or have one recommended to you based on your situation


Pricing and Times

Pricing varies from 100 GBP / 130 USD per session

Remote or in-person

Coaching may be short- or long-term. You can expect short-term engagements to comprise 6 sessions over 2-3 months. Longer-term engagements typically involve a year-long commitment, with 10-12 sessions in that time. Your coach will advise you of an appropriate length to suit your needs.







A dvance is a short and structured one-to-one programme. Designed specifically for busy clients who want to achieve promotion as soon as possible. Our focus is identifying the factor that prevent your promotion, and developing articulated strategies and personal techniques to overcome them. We utilise your strengths to build a plan to advance your career.





Is It For You?

Advance is the right programme for you when:

  • You want to achieve accelerated promotion within your organisation or industry
  • You're working in a highly-competitive organisation or industry, and need to develop strong points of difference
  • You've been docked for promotion and don't know why - you want to work out what to do about it
  • You've been passed over for promotion more than once, and need to work out how to move forward in your career



















1

review


2

investigation


3

plan development


4

implementation




Examination of professional history and equity.

Exploration of near- and long-term career goals.

Understand what professional strengths recommend you for promotion.

Understand where your promotion fits into your career trajectory.



Identification of the primary factors that influence your promotion.

Consideration of external factors, including organisational culture.

Understand how you compare against your competition.

Estimate how likely your current organisation is to promote you.



Build a plan to achieve promotion within or beyond your organisation.

Identification of key strengths and hurdles.

Understand what your key obstacles are.

Develop strategies to achieve your milestones for promotion.



Start implementation of your plan.

Refine and recalibrate the action sets around each milestone .

Receive your advancement strategy with personalised techniques.

Get follow-up support with any questions or challenges that arise.



Key Features

  • Expert coach and career strategist guidance
  • 6 meetings, in-person or remote
  • 2 psychometric tests, Lumina Spark and NEO-PI-3
  • Advancement plan with techniques
  • Follow-up support


Pricing and Times

1,624 GBP / 2,100 USD

Remote or in-person

Advance takes 6 weeks to complete.






Not what you're looking for? Contact us to discuss how we can help you.

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