The outplacement program is often offered to an employee as a part of a dismissal procedure. That often means that the employee has not voluntarily resigned from the job. As a result an employee can develop all sort of negative feelings such as frustration, anger, fear and sadness. This can have a very negative impact on employee’s well being and decrease his/her chances of getting quickly new employment. In order for an employee to make the next steps and focus on the present and future, it is necessary to first understand what happened and take a stock of lessons learnt.
In this part we focus on self-analysis. The employee will discover, through the means of various exercises and assessments, what are his/her work related values, core qualities, competencies and talents, skills, interests. Based on the in-depth analysis and during the brain-storming phase, employee will together with the coach identify the next career steps and choose the position that fits him/her best. This phase ends with a detailed action plan for the next career transition steps.
This part focuses on finding the future employment and consists of the following parts: