Hopkins, MN (PRWEB) September 17, 2007
After a "corporate reorganization" put him in the job market, Bob Coleman was astonished with the ineffective outplacement program he received as part of his exit package. The traditional outplacement benefit offered by his former employer was high priced, provided poor advice and was a waste of valuable time. Although his previous employer thoughtfully provided an outplacement resource, he was shocked at what was delivered for the cost. His 4-month outplacement program consisted of a 2-3 hour seminar and a binder of self-help information. Additional support services included office space (a cubical) and administrative support. This useless outplacement resource cost his former company thousands of dollars. Bob realized there had to be a better way.
Coleman has opened the doors of his new company Impower. He is determined to provide cost effective, useful job search materials and one-on-one consulting support at a fair price. The Corporate Client will be impressed with the savings and outplacement results they can achieve. Private Clients will garner information and motivation to energize their career.
From the shop floor to the executive suite, the Impower Career Transitions program is an outplacement service right for any employee in transition. It also works for people considering change, whether you are a person tired of being passed over or a new graduate ready to enter the job market.
The Impower Career Transitions™ program helps our clients develop a personalized marketing program. Their personal program presents them to potential employers as unique, excited and ready to work. The process includes creating a cover letter and resume document plus follow-up communications with synergistic messaging.
Impower makes the job of getting a job easier.
A 30-year veteran of the pharmaceutical industry, Coleman has extensive experience in hiring, management and development in human resources. Throughout his career Coleman has delivered results.
Coleman holds a BS from Niagara University and an MBA from Baldwin-Wallace College.