In search of what's next
- For individuals
You can have a dynamic, challenging career that evolves with you.
Whether you are a recent college grad, a relocating professional, an MBA, a senior executive – or anything in between – as a professional you want to feel confident in your career path.
You want to spend your time and talents with an organization that supports who you are, what you’re all about, and why you get up and go to work each day. And when that’s not your reality, it impacts pretty much everything else you do. Finding the energy to meet your professional demands gets tougher every day, much less having any left over to think about a career move.
At Unfinished Business, you’ll find a support system to help you identify and create career opportunities. You will work with people who have been where you are and understand what it takes to successfully make a change.
Unfinished Business can help you prepare for, navigate and expedite career transition. We can help you find the right role with an organization that matches you, not just a job listing that matches keywords on your résumé. At Unfinished Business our Rw.E. (real world experience) will help you in the areas of:
- Career Transition Strategy
- Professional and Personal Assessments
- Job Search Strategies
- Professional Network Development
- Interview & Negotiation Strategies (exclusive Mock Interviews available to UB clients)
- Professional & Personal Brand Management
- Resume & LinkedIn Review (professional photography available to UB clients)
In today’s competitive job market, it can be almost impossible to find the right opportunity when you are unsure what you’re looking for, unprepared to act or disconnected from those who can help.
If you’re ready to make a change, contact us and learn how Unfinished Business can help put you on the path to a career you will love.
Mark meets you where are, joins your team, and skillfully guides you down the sometimes-exhilarating, sometimes-terrifying path toward a new job and career that’s got the words “you” written all over it.
You reinforced some of what I’ve learned or suspected and gave me insights into new aspects of what makes me tick. Most importantly, you helped me to feel inspired about what’s next!
Mark arranged a position-specific mock job interview that gave me valuable insights on what to emphasize and how to avoid getting bogged down in too much detail.
Mark helped me see my skills and strengths outside the context of the specific jobs I’ve had, and painted a picture of how I could apply that expertise and passion in fields and areas I hadn’t thought I was qualified for.
Mark’s process allowed me to get to know myself again (professionally) and created a safe space for me to be me.
I recently started a great new job with Mark’s assistance. From the initial screening through the final daylong interview, Mark had helped me focus on my strengths and how to best position myself with each interviewee, which boosted my confidence and really made a difference.
Mark Richardson is an engaging, upbeat, hard working bundle of positive energy. He is a trustworthy man who seeks to understand before taking action. I highly recommend working with him.
Mark Richardson is quite effective at managing relationships, thinking and acting inclusively. I know when Mark is in the room he will ask effective questions, listen well and provide thoughtful perspective.
This is someone who knows how to connect the dots – bringing the right people to the right conversations, creating new and productive partnerships.
Mark Richardson is a breeze to work with. He helped me talk through all my concerns and together we made a plan that has led me to a job where I couldn’t be happier!
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- Taking Care of Unfinished Business | THE MADISON TIMES | February 12-18, 2014
- Madison on the Move: Talent Magnet | MADISON MAGAZINE/Spectrum | January 2014
- Q&A: Mark Richardson leaves the Urban League to start his own business | THE CAP TIMES | September 22, 2013
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