Welcome to ‘Your Dream Job’ – everything you need to know to find and land the job of your dreams!
I’m Jo Banks; I’m an Executive Coach, Author and Leadership Development Trainer. Since starting my coaching and training company, What Next? in 2009, I’ve had the pleasure of helping thousands of people to find and land their dream job, through my corporate career management training programmes and one to one coaching.
Due to the fantastic results I’ve had with my clients and delegates over the years, I wanted to make the content accessible to everyone, to give as many people as possible the same tools, tips and advice that have been proven to work thousands of times. As a result, I have designed the ‘Your Dream Job’ series of books and online training courses.
Your Dream Job is a foolproof programme that produces exceptional results. It is packed full of tried and tested, easy to use tools and techniques gained from working with thousands of job hunters, recruitment consultants, and internal recruiters/assessors, as well as my experience of recruiting to fill numerous job roles during my previous 20-year HR career.
You’ve worked hard to get where you are and owe it to yourself to make the right next move; so don’t just settle for any old job, you deserve to find and land Your Dream Job!
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From the Blog…
In the 'Building Resilience' webinars, I've delivered to c1000 people during lockdown; I cover how your body reacts to stress, i.e. The Stress Response. Through the feedback I’ve received, it’s become apparent that many people don’t understand our biological response...read more
The N-word (Narcissist) has raised its ugly head a few too many times with clients over the last few months, so I thought it worth a revisit. Sadly, there are people with varying levels of personality disorders all around us, ranging from borderline personality...read more
For many people, excessive worry is a part of their everyday lives; so much so, that I frequently hear, ‘I worry if I have nothing to worry about!’. Why do we worry? The majority of excessive worriers learn this behaviour as a child. Typically they have a...read more