Sections & Support
Career Planner Sections:
- Map out your strengths & weaknesses: outline the best parts of yourself & the things you need a little work on.
- Understand your values & passions: define the things most important to you in life and what really motivates you
- Ikigai: map out your strengths, values and passions into a career guiding compass
- Mission statement: build a strong mission statement that align with your values & ikigai that you can refer back to
- Your dream career: visualise where exactly you want to be in the next five years
- Career Goals: step-by-step goal setting to help you concentrate your efforts
- Daily Win’s , Weekly brags & monthly tracking: track the progress you are making towards your career goals
- Ultimate Job hunt checklist:g Shoshanna’s top tips on how to prepare for your job search
- Promotion Checklist: Shoshanna’s top tips on setting yourself up to receiving a promotion at work
- Interview prep checklist: Shoshanna’s step-by-step guide on how to effectively prepare for your next job interview
- Job offer checklist: Shoshanna’s advice on things to consider before accepting a job offer
- Perfect job application recipe: Shoshanna’s secret recipe for the perfect job application
Personal Branding & Networking Insert Sections
- Writing an elevator pitch map out who you are, what you do and what your ask is - perfect for your next networking event or job interview
- Define your personal brand: mapping out your skills, personality and what you want to be known for.
- Refine your personal brand: further refine your brand mapping out your content pillars and the consistent areas you want to talk about and be known for.
- Content calendar: a 40-day calendar for planning LinkedIn/Personal Branding posts and activities
- Networking event tracker: track who you meet, what company they're from and how they can help you,
- Industry network/contacts tracker: keep track of all of your industry contacts in one place
- Informational interview tracker: keep track of who you’ve spoken to and what you’ve learnt