Outplacement Services

1 A Re-Employment Workshop Program that is designed to assist the candidate in finding a new and appropriate full-time position utilizing the candidate's talents and providing suitable rewards. 

2 Myers Briggs Type Indicator which provides an assessment of the candidate's greatest strengths and interests along with the environment in which the candidate can function most effectively.

3 Development of an effective resume - one that ties together objectives, qualifications, a summary of relevant experience, and some examples of accomplishments. 

4 Understanding the employment marketplace, including target hospitals and healthcare companies of interest and learning how to develop effective contacts within these organizations.

5 Practice in approach, interviewing, negotiating, and follow-up techniques that produce the best results build an effective individualized "campaign plan," which includes where to begin, benchmarks of progress, and techniques for correcting potential issues.

 

Career Development Workshops

  • Resume Basics
  • Letter Writing / Telephone Effectiveness
  • Market Campaign Strategy
  • Network Development
  • Interviewing Skills
  • Salary and Benefit Negotiations.
 

Re-Employment Workshop: Program Contents

 

I. INTRODUCTION

  • You and Your Future
  • What Employers Seek and How They Decide
  • Work to Be Accomplished by You
  • Making Things Happen

II. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

  • Defining What You Have to Offer
  • Analysis of Accomplishments
  • Abilities, Interests, Strengths
  • Preferred Environment
  • The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
 

III. RESUMES / PORTFOLIOS

  • Purpose of a Resume
  • Designing a Resume
  • Portfolio - Do You Need One? Resume Examples

IV. LETTER AND TELEPHONE IDEAS

  • Good Letter Writing
  • Using the Telephone Effectively
  • Sample Letters
 

V. PRESENTING YOURSELF

  • Nature of the Job Market
  • Formal Market Approaches
  • Answering Ads
  • Employment Agencies and Recruiters
  • Informal Approaches
  • Information Meetings
  • Direct Approaches to Decision Maker
  • Sources for Research

VI. CONTACT DEVELOPMENT

  • Contact Development Principles
  • Building a Network
  • Contact Sources / Contact Lists
  • The Information Referral Process
 

VII. THE JOB INTERVIEW PROCESS

  • Interview Principles
  • Interview Questions
  • Questions You Should Ask
  • Initial Interview
  • Finalist Interview
  • Reference Checks
  • Negotiation of Salary Issues and the Overall Compensation Package

VIII. FOLLOW-UP

  • Follow-Up Principles
  • Follow-Up After Initial Interview
  • Follow-Up After Position Offer
  • Follow-Up After Turn-Down
  • Follow-Up on the New Position
 

IX. CAMPAIGN PLAN/CONTROL

  • Structuring Your Campaign
  • Developing a Campaign Plan
  • Campaign Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Other Campaign Aids