Connect to new opportunities
As the pace of change accelerates, your capacity to restructure and redeploy people effectively can become a source of competitive strength or a weakness. Adapting the organisation – including making employees redundant – is likely to be a manager's most difficult task, as he or she balances people's feelings with organisational needs.
With professional assistance, the process can be handled in a respectful and dignified manner. Mercuri Urval's programmes for outplacement help you shape your organisation in both the short and long term, guiding your people and management through difficult change.
Tailor-made advice and coaching to improve and secure the right opportunities”
Board & Executive Outplacement
Our Board & Executive Outplacement service offers expert transition coaching for leaders – tailor-made advice and coaching to improve and secure the right opportunities. We match an executive's skills and ambitions with the realities of the labour market.
Certified ICF coaches
All Mercuri Urval Coaches operate according to ICF standards and are monitored through our network of ICF certified lead coaches. Our process matches the highest international standards. Mercuri Urval coaches are continuously updating their expertise through recurrent training and coaching development programmes.
Our approach to Outplacement
Our outplacement programmes consists of many flexible services. With global companies we adapt these to local, regional or national job markets, legislation and reporting rules.
Mercuri Urval assist in preparing, executing and implementing the necessary changes. The success of outplacement depends on the management's ability to manage all parties through three phases in three processes - Management – the affected employees – the remaining personnel. Mercuri Urval support all three parties:
- We assist, train and coach the executing management before, during and after the change
- We coach and counsel the affected employees after their dismissal
- We assist the management in implementing a new strategy, communicating with the remaining staff so that they are fully prepared for the new strategy and new goals.