Effective outplacement means asking the right questions
When your future is up in the air and your career could take a multitude of different directions, it takes a particular focus to ask yourself the right questions.
When you sign your redundancy papers and you do the maths to work out how long your payment will last, your mind will likely be clouded by apprehension. In the initial stages of redundancy, the visceral nature of your situation means that your questions will be influenced far more by your “needs” than your “wants.”
They will probably lead to a job, but will it be the right job?