Gray Hair Management

Helping the professional win the job race through coaching, marketing and personal - touch networking
  • Having difficulty articulating your value and currency to a prospective employer?
  • Need help in capitalizing on networking opportunities?
  • Having little success in getting interviews, or if interviewing, just not winning the job?
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Background Information

1. Are you currently employed? (If yes, skip to Question 5)
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2. If not, how long have you been unemployed?
0-3 months
4-6 months
7-12 months
More than 12 months
3. Did you receive a severance package?
0-3 months
4-6 months
7-12 months
More than 12 months
4. Did your package include some kind of outplacement?
0-3 months
4-6 months
7-12 months
More than 12 months
Outplacement Company:
Drake Beam Morin
Lee Hecht Harrison
Right Management
Scherer Schneider Paulick
5. During your career, have you ever used the services of a career coach?
If yes, are you currently using a career coach?
6. Latest annual base compensation?
$176K +
7. Where do you feel you may need some help in your job search or career growth?
Receiving additional job leads.
Networking events and contacts.
Developing a job and/or career strategy.

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