Surviving Redundancy in Later Life
Many people are directly affected by redundancy during their working life. However, redundancy in later life has a much greater impact upon older workers and causes issues whereby they are made to reassess their future including the possibility of early retirement.
Being made redundant or facing redundancy is a stressful time for you and your family. A range of feelings and confusing emotions including, those of failure, inability to comprehend what is occurring and the uncertainty about your future will accompany this.
Are you struggling to deal with redundancy? It can be painful, difficult and traumatic to handle by yourself. But by developing the right attitude you can come back stronger than ever.
Our resources can assist you to cope and work through this daunting period that many people experience during this time of change and turn it into an opportunity for you to rediscover your passion, direction, and make plans to move forward with your life.
Redundancy… the opportunities are endless for you
Using proven coaching techniques, we can explore what is important to you, then plan what you need to do or stop doing, to achieve your goals
We offer you support during this traumatic time in your life and help you navigate through this period to get you back on track and take the next step to move forward.
Redundancy in Later Life provides you with an opportunity to
explore the options that exist for you now and make a plan
of action that suits you and what you want from life.
Reinvent Yourself and Explore New Opportunities
If you are 50 plus, employed but at risk of redundancy, retrenched, or unemployed and feel lost and not sure how to move on then you may need some assistance.
Redundancy in Later Life provides you with an opportunity to explore the options that exist for you now, make a plan of action that suits you, and what you want from life and into the future.
Planned Wishes can help you by offering
a practical and experienced viewpoint.
Yes, I Want To Move Forward