16 Jan 2022

Operation Career Transformation

Laois Partnership is set to help 12 people from the area who will undergo a Career Transformation over the next four months.

Laois Partnership is set to help 12 people from the area who will undergo a Career Transformation over the next four months.

To help the participants get back on the career track, John Fitzgerald, Managing Director of Harmonics, Irelands leading Career Transformation specialists will facilitate a motivational and interactive two hour workshop for those who have an interest in finding out more about this new programme.

Mr Fitzgerald’s 6-step approach to career change was featured in an documentary in the RTE1 TV series “Rising after Redundancy”. Following the Career Morning, which will take place in the Parish Centre, Portlaoise on February 29 at 11am, applications will be open to all. Interviews will then be held in the coming weeks to assess who would like to take up the opportunity to go through this life changing programme.

Local Agencies including the Laois Partnership, Department of Social Protection and Laois County Enterprise Board amongst others will also have stands in the Parish Centre, on the day.

Laois Partnership are looking for people to apply who want to make a big change in their career or business future. This programme is about setting people up to have a sustainable career or business future.

Anybody from the region is eligible to attend. John explains: “Your job role may have been made redundant recently, you may be unemployed for some time or you may be in business but would like to change direction. All we want to see are people coming on this programme who want to change their situation and are willing to open their minds to change.”

The Career Transformation Programme will offer people access to career, business, leadership and financial experts from Harmonics.

Anne Goodwin, CEO of Laois Partnership said she is delighted to work with Harmonics on this innovative project.

“I am delighted to be working with Harmonics on this exciting and innovative project and is confident that there it will bring great successes for those who undergo this transformational programme,” she said.

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