Cassell's "5C's" Alternative Career Planning & Job Search Model Launches New Website

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Cassell's "5C's" Career Coaching, Counseling & Consulting offers an innovative 'Real World' proven new career coaching model to clients.

MEET "5C's" PRESIDENT RON CASSELL

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Ron H. Cassell, President and founder of Michigan based Cassell’s “5C’s” Career Coaching, Counseling & Consulting, today formally announced the launching of the company’s new website: http://www.fivecscareercoachingroadmap.com.

Mr. Cassell, a recently retired first tier automotive supplier industry senior level executive with a leadership role in Quality, Operations and Human Resources, states, “The 5C’s career planning and coaching model provides clients a 'High Value' low cost alternative that is both 'Affordable & Effective' when compared to other more traditional higher cost career planning and job acquisition methods.”

The 5C’s model includes a structured and linked set of documented step by step recommendations and real world 'Proven' strategies when executed with consistent intensity, drive and focus usually produces the desired results for 5C’s clients. It also provides users of the 5C’s methods with a self-monitoring check list so they can track their continued progress and disciplined adherence to the model’s recommended step by step actions thereby minimizing their need to incur additional career coaching expenses.

The 5C’s recommendations include up-to-date information on how to conduct an effective job search along with the preferred ways to document and submit a realistic but effectively 'Tailored' resume and cover letter regarding each individual position applied for. This approach maximizes 5C’s client’s abilities to survive initial computer based resume screenings and assists them in getting that face to face interview.

Mr. Cassell states, “The 5C’s model instructs their clients how to best prepare for upcoming interviews including teaching them the 'Visual' importance of their appearance, body language, self-confidence and especially how to effectively field and respond to those frequently asked and sometimes difficult core interview questions.”

The 5C’s model also guides clients through the process of negotiating their best starting salary and benefits package when a job offer is received. It additionally contains effective and proven strategies allowing one to position themselves with their current employer to become a viable and 'Visible' candidate for that next step up the corporate ladder.

Mr. Cassell revealed that over the years, prior to launching 5C’s, he shared his self-developed innovative approach and model with over 50 friends, acquaintances and family who used them successfully in their own job searches. Ron said, “It was because of continuing suggestions and encouragement from his family and friends that 5C’s Career Coaching was formally created.” He also stated his belief that, “Anyone utilizing these little known seldom used 'Real World' proven details, recommendations and strategies should have a 'Leg Up' on others in today’s very competitive job search and career planning environment.”

Mr. Cassell said, “In most instances it’s not the smartest, the most experienced or even the best qualified candidate who gets selected for the position; it’s the candidate who has developed and implemented a structured well thought out and consistently executed 'Game Plan' including having invested the required personal practice and research preparation time for every step in the job acquisition process who usually wins out.”

Ron further revealed he himself has used these same exact strategies to become the candidate of choice for over 8O% of the approximately 40 positions interviewed for during his professional career. Testimonials regarding successful use of the “5C’s” career planning model recommendations are posted on the company’s new website at http://www.fivecscareercoachingroadmap.com.

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