The Job Clinic

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01*20090615

Liz Barclay meets some job seekers whose search for employment is aided by three mentors - business guru Charles Handy, founder of Coffee Republic Sahar Hashemi and management coach Jenny Rogers.

Whether a college graduate or a middle-aged businessman, they reveal how unemployment affects their daily lives and family relationships.

Jenny Rogers has been an executive coach for 18 years. She trains other coaches as well as continuing to work with her own clients. She is a founder-director of the UK consultancy, Management Futures Ltd and runs her own consultancy.

Sahar Hashemi founded Coffee Republic with her brother, Bobby Hashemi, in 1995 and is the author of Anyone Can Do It.

Charles Handy is a social theorist who has written extensively on management and education. His books include The Elephant and the Flea and The New Philanthropists.

Liz Barclay meets job seekers whose search for employment is aided by business mentors.

02*20090616

Liz Barclay meets some job seekers whose search for employment is aided by three mentors: business guru Charles Handy, founder of Coffee Republic Sahar Hashemi and management coach Jenny Rogers.

The job seekers negotiate homework set by their personal mentors and apply for yet another job, against the backdrop of the severest recession for decades.

Jenny Rogers has been an executive coach for 18 years. She trains other coaches as well as continuing to work with her own clients. She is a founder-director of the UK consultancy, Management Futures Ltd and runs her own consultancy.

Sahar Hashemi founded Coffee Republic with her brother, Bobby Hashemi, in 1995 and is the author of Anyone Can Do It.

Charles Handy is a social theorist who has written extensively on management and education. His books include The Elephant and the Flea and The New Philanthropists.

The job seekers negotiate homework set by their personal mentors and apply for another job

03 LAST*20090617

Last in a series of three programmes in which Liz Barclay follows the fortunes of job seekers.

Realistic expectations are set against hopes for better times to come. Liz hears the Job Clinic contributors' experiences of financial hardship and tough job interviews over the last few months.

Jenny Rogers has been an executive coach for 18 years. She trains other coaches as well as continuing to work with her own clients. She is a founder-director of the UK consultancy, Management Futures Ltd and runs her own consultancy.

Sahar Hashemi founded Coffee Republic with her brother, Bobby Hashemi, in 1995 and is the author of Anyone Can Do It.

Charles Handy is a social theorist who has written extensively on management and education. His books include The Elephant and the Flea and The New Philanthropists.

Liz hears the Job Clinic contributors' experiences of financial hardship.