+44 (0)207 607 2528

Career guidance

With global financial instability and high levels of unemployment, finding the right job or deciding on the right career can be hard. Uncertainty over the direction of ones career is challenging to people of all age groups.

BBPs Consultants have over 10 years of experience in career guidance and outplacement using career interest inventories, motivation questionnaires, visioning exercises and personality profiles to help individuals of all ages and in all career stages, to gain a clearer understanding of which career they are best suited to.

What do you want to do when you grow up?

Children are often asked the question: What are you going to do when you grow up? Unsurprisingly, the answer they give rarely becomes a reality. But as young adults enter the world of work, whether it is after their GCSE’s or A-levels, some career coaching can really help them make career and academic choices they will be happy with for years to come.

Here’s to you Mrs Robinson!

In a recent graduate survey by The Times almost 25% of students graduating this year, did not know what they were going to do after university. With the lowest levels of graduate jobs in decades, getting a job can be daunting. However, having a clear direction is one of the key things employees look for. Graduates with a good understanding of why they are applying for the role they are applying for, are massively advantaged. Career coaching is the best investment someone can make to ensure they have the strongest chance of getting the right job after university. Burnham Business Psychology are not only experts at giving career advice, they are also experts on helping graduates to navigate the challenges of graduate recruitment processes.

Not sure which direction to take next?

It is not uncommon for people to decide to have a career change during their lives. Portfolio careers mean there is rarely such a thing as job for life. Uncertainly and disillusionment can have far reaching affects on the well being on employees, both in and out of work. Employees in this transition state will often benefit from spending time clarifying what career direction they should take and career guidance can be hugely beneficial.