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      Pitman marks International Women’s Day with Progress Career Coaching campaign

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      Pitman Training is marking International Women’s Day with the launch of its year-long campaign, which will see the company commit to providing free coaching every month to women in the workplace.

      Following the launch, many companies including McVities (Pladis Group), The Society of Heads, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, law firm Bruntwood and over 100 Pitman franchises across the UK have pledged to join Pitman’s IWD Press For Progress Career Coaching campaign.

      The firm will share free coaching and career development content every month throughout 2018, while also partnering with business leaders, inspirational women and experts to share content and guidance.

      Launched today this section of the website holds free advice and features successful entrepreneur and Apprentice finalist, Claire Young.

      Young’s recorded webinar will share her top tips and insights on how to listen to your own voice, how to harness your intuition and how to build and create confidence in the workplace that will help you achieve your career goals, alongside exercises for the audience to undertake.

      Alongside this sits content from Pitman Training’s MD, Claire Lister, who will discuss her own career journey and how she climbed the corporate ladder as she sets out to inspire and motivate others on using transferable skills to build the career for them.

      Pitman has also included its ‘Career Animal’ Quiz, created to help identify what drives us at work by identifying our motivations.

      Success coach and bestselling author, Emma Stirk, will also provide a guest vlog about ‘Bringing Joy to your Job’ as part of Pitman’s mission to help the UK fall back in love with their careers.


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      Jade Burke

      Jade Burke, Editor for PA Life

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