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Taking a Human Approach to Redundancy

Delighted to have been asked as a guest in this fascinating pod cast series by Dr Susanne Evans. If you are managing redundancies or facing redundancy I hope you’ll find this conversation interesting. Click here to listen to the pod cast.

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Notes in an interview

If you’re serious about doing your best in an interview you’re going to have prepared and made some notes. Having those notes to hand in an interview can help to boost your confidence and calm any nerves. 📒 I always remember working with a client who said that all her notes were in a little…

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Being specific in an interview

It’s a fact that not all interviewers are good at interviewing. Some will have had training and chosen to ignore it, others will have forgotten it, and some won’t have had any training and always been bad at it. If you’re not specific with your answers in an interview, bad interviewers won’t ask the probing…

Leaving Stories

By the time we work with individuals with outplacement support many are battered and bruised by their experience of redundancy.  Confidence can be low and many are anxious about an uncertain future. When we work on helping individuals to process the emotion of redundancy, a fundamental part is the message and rationale they received at…

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About Me

Hi, I’m June Hogan, Director of WIldwood Coaching. Having had personal experience of redundancy, with 20 years as a corporate HR professional and a qualified coach, I established Wildwood Coaching Limited to offer flexible and affordable outplacement support. I want to allow businesses to access this support as I know what a difference it can make to individuals at a difficult and vulnerable time in their lives

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