If you’re here because your employer offered support for your career transition, LHH is here to help. While it may be difficult, you can trust that the right opportunity is waiting for you. We can help you land the job you want most, or try something entirely different—like entrepreneurship, active retirement, or an income portfolio doing a variety of things you love to do.
Even if you’ve been through a career transition before, you’ll find that recruiting and hiring is changing—fast. That’s why, as the leader in the outplacement space, we continue to evolve our methodology and invent new technology to best serve you.
Your career support team will also guide you towards adding new skills and connecting you to great opportunities, too. In fact, we will actively promote you to thousands of employers and recruiters—uncovering 80% more job opportunities than you can find on your own.
- Coaches make the difference
- Continuing education opens more doors
- A personal brand helps you stand out
- Tapping into your network and ours
- Supporting senior leaders in career transition
LHH’s certified coaches will learn about your interests and aspirations, focus on your search activities, and guide you towards developing new skills, while encouraging you to stay productive and on track. Your coach will also work in tandem with your LHH Branding Specialist and Talent Promoter experts to refine how you present your credentials and increase your visibility with potential employers.
When it’s time for the interview, your coach will help you hone your interview techniques, so you can communicate the value you can bring to potential employers in the best possible manner.
The skills needed for most jobs are changing rapidly, and most companies cannot fill positions in new specialized areas fast enough. That’s why choosing the right learning journey is more important than ever before. Your coach will provide recommended learning paths built from more than 16,000 LinkedIn® Learning courses and workshops. You can also take advantage of learning paths from our sister company, General Assembly, in areas like business, coding, data, design, and marketing.
You can access all learning resources through the LHH Career Resource Network (CRN), where you will also find live webinars, podcasts, and research tools to help with all aspects of your career transition. They are all easily accessible from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Getting noticed is key to finding your next opportunity. Our branding team will help you develop a search engine-optimized resume/CV and online profile—for LinkedIn®, Xing, or the platform used in your local market—so you stand out to potential employers.
You can also publish your profile to our exclusive networking marketplace, the LHH Digital Talent Exchange, where more than 24,000 hiring managers and recruiters actively search LHH candidates and post new jobs—many of which are not advertised elsewhere.
Once you publish your resume or CV to our exclusive Digital Talent Exchange, your Talent Promoter jumps into action. They are masters of networking and work on your behalf to actively connect you with hiring managers and recruiters who have open positions to fill. You can also search and save jobs directly through our platform—including publicly posted jobs as well as jobs sourced exclusively by LHH and our sister companies in The Adecco Group.
After your LHH career transition service is complete, you are welcome to join our LHH Alumni programs, including lifetime access to resources in our Career Resource Network—so you are always prepared for what is next in your career.
Because you operate at a higher, more strategic level, LHH designed a global bespoke boutique practice called the International Center for Executive Options (ICEO) that provides extraordinary care, level-appropriate support, and deep expertise during your transition.
ICEO clients receive comprehensive peer-level advisory support, connections, and resources for all career options—including corporate roles, private equity and venture capital roles, portfolio careers, consulting work, starting or purchasing a business, alternative careers, board service, and active retirement.
Your ICEO experience will be primarily guided by your Peer Advisor who has personal, relevant industry experience, and who engages a broader team of subject matter experts from a variety of fields and backgrounds to support you during various stages of your transition.
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