OUR SERVICES

Executive Level

  • Personality Assessment
  • Career Branding Portfolio
  • Coaching
  • Career Search Support
  • Ongoing Care of Branding Documents

Professional Level

  • Personality Assessment
  • Career Branding Portfolio
  • Coaching

Associate Level

  • Career Branding Portfolio

Service Descriptions

  • Personality Assessment
    • “Fit Matters.” Our personality assessment is designed to help you determine the working environments and career positions that best suit you. It also provides descriptive language to incorporate in your branding portfolio.
  • Career Branding Portfolio
    • 30-Second Commercial – Who are you? What do you do? Tell me a little about yourself. During your career, you are apt to hear these words directed at you many times. When networking or interviewing, you should be able to express who you are and what you have to offer with power, clarity and professionalism.
    • Reason for Leaving Statement – If you are currently looking for a new job, it may be because you were terminated or down-sized from your last position. Friends, neighbors and colleagues may already be asking you, “What happened with your job?” This is a question you will hear frequently as you launch your job search. It is important that are prepared to handle this question capably – regardless of who asks. Therefore, you’ll want to develop a response that is truthful and acceptable to you and prospective employers.
    • Resume and Cover Letter (Chronological and Functional) – A resume is a well-organized presentation of relevant information and accomplishments specifically targeted toward your work/job search objective. It is not a laundry list of jobs and duties. It is an overview, not a biography. The cover letter gives you another chance to emphasize what you have to contribute to the company or organization. Don’t give the person screening your resume a second to entertain the thought: “But how can this person help US?” Your cover letter will answer that question in your own words.
    • Executive Biography – A bio, instead of a resume, may be the preferred first document to present to people when introducing yourself. A resume is an obvious job search tool. A bio is a more general career management tool. Because a bio allows you to better tell your brand story, it conveys personality and good-fit qualities better than a resume. It may work better at informational interviews and when you’re making new contacts, other than recruiters and hiring decision makers.
    • LinkedIn Review and Recommendations – Individuals use LinkedIn for professional networking, connecting and job searching. Companies use LinkedIn for recruiting and for providing company information to prospective employees. LinkedIn members can search for jobs, join groups, research companies and network with members of their network. Companies can post information about the company and job listings on company pages. Companies can also contact LinkedIn members for recruiting purposes. We will review your profile to ensure that it helps you to stand out in the crowd and best position you for professional networking, connecting and job searching.
  • Career Management Learning (Classroom and Virtual)
    • Understanding Career Branding – What is branding and why is it important? What tools are involved and when should they be used?
    • Navigating The Career Search, Networking and Referrals – How do I proactively approach my career search? How important and when should I use networking and referrals to gain a competitive advantage?
    • Understanding the Value of Coaching – What is coaching? How does coaching enhance my career? What are the responsibilities of each party in coaching relationships? How is success in coaching relationships measured?
    • Interviewing, Negotiating and Landing – What are the most effective interview techniques, types, formats, questions and strategies? How do I reach a “win-win” employment agreement with my new employer? I’ve arrived for my first day on the job, now what?
    • Managing Your Career Destiny – How do I define career success? Can I be successful with my current employer? If so, how does my career map look? If not, how do I create a different map to achieve career success?
  • Coaching
    • One-on-one sessions with On-Point coaches regarding the status of your career journey. Coaches can use your personality-assessments to provide direction, self-reflection and unbiased feedback.
  • Career Search Support
    • On-Point coaches identify career opportunities through business contacts and provide information that describes conferences, magazines, newspapers, webinars and websites valuable to the career search journey.
  • Ongoing Care of Branding Documents
    • Worry free guarantee that your career branding documents are accurate, current, reflect market content and format and are accessible to you at a moment’s notice.

On-Point associates also serve as keynote speakers at high profile employment-related conferences and seminars and leads career development-related webinars.

SERVICES ARE ALSO OFFERED A LA CARTE.


Referral Incentive

Individuals who refer associates to On-Point Career Strategies and those associates, in turn, become new clients, will receive incentives as determined by the On-Point Career Strategies’ management team. The incentives include free, discounted or extended products or services.

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