January Jump 2018 Homepage

The 2018 January Jump has now finished.

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↓  You can read all the posts from the 2018 January Jump, and see the full Jump calendar, below.  ↓

January Jump 2018 Tasks

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PRE-LAUNCH

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January Jump Task 1: Make Space for your Jump

TASK 1

Make Space For Your January Jump

January Jump Task 2: Set Your Goals

TASK 2

Set Your January Jump Goals

January Jump Task 3: Plan your steps

TASK 3

Plan Your Steps:
Task List

January Jump Task 4: Get Meeting Ready

TASK 4

Get Meeting Ready:
Outfit Check

January Jump Task 5: A Better LinkedIn Photo by Monday

TASK 5

Update Your LinkedIn Photo

January Jump Task 6: LinkedIn Limber Up

TASK 6

LinkedIn
Limber Up

January Jump Task 7: Set up your meetings

TASK 7

Set Up Your
Meetings

January Jump Task 8: Social Media Fix

TASK 8

Social Media
Fix

January Jump Task 9: Time to fill in the blank

TASK 9

It’s Time To
“Fill In The Blank”

January Jump Task 10 Try Something New

TASK 10

Do Something
New

January Jump 11 Brand Blast: Personal Summary

TASK 11

Brand Blast:
Personal Summary

January Jump Task 12: Tick off a Task

TASK 12

Tick Off A
Task

January Jump Task 13: CV Sort Out

TASK 13

Jump In:
CV Sort Out

January Jump Task 15: The 100 Day Plan

TASK 14

Catch Up Day &
Social Media Detox

January Jump Task 15: The 100 Day Plan

TASK 15

The 100 Day
Plan

January Jump Task 16: LinkedIn Headline for professionals

TASK 16

LinkedIn:
Your Headline

January Jump Task 17: LinkedIn Go Live

TASK 17

LinkedIn:
Go Live!

January Jump Task 18: The Finish Line

TASK 18

The Finish
Line

January Jump Calendar… At A Glance

January Jump Calendar View 2018

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January Jump FAQs

The January Jump is a free and friendly online Career Bootcamp, to help you get career-ready for the year ahead.  It has been designed by Runneth’s Founder and Career Expert, Kath Sloggett.

It is a series of bite-sized tasks, most of which will take less than 30 minutes. The aim is to make it easy and simple – breaking down bigger tasks into quicker and easier steps.  We want you to enjoy the process and to see real progress as you complete the January Jump!

The January Jump will be helpful for you if you want to:

  • update your CV, and create or update your LinkedIn profile
  • step up in your current career – go for a promotion, ask for a pay rise, or plan your next development move
  • return to work after a (short or long) career break
  • change careers or change jobs.

You will set your personal Jump goals and some of the tasks will be bespoke for you – ensuring the Jump is both relevant and effective.

The January Jump 2018 will cover 17 tasks, spread over 24 days of January 2018.  Don’t panic – they are designed to be quick and easy, and most will be ticked off in less than 30 minutes.

By the end of the January Jump you will have taken concrete steps towards achieving your major career goal, whether that might be a promotion or pay rise, to return to work, to change careers, to move to part-time or flexible work, or something else.

And you will have sorted out your basic career admin – CV, LinkedIn, etc – along the way.

Yes, there are plenty of catch up days included in the schedule but you can also slow down (or even defer) the Jump if you wish.

We know that sometimes life – work, kids, illness, weather – can get in the way of our best laid plans.  So, if you need to slow down or defer the Jump, then do it.  The main thing is that you come back to it when you are ready.

We simply ask that you restart from where you left off as we have designed the online Career Bootcamp in such a way that the earlier tasks lay the foundation for the later tasks – so it will make more sense, and be easier, if you do the tasks in the correct order.

You can save the Jump emails that you receive from us, and read them when you are ready.  This Jump page – along with links to each task – will remain active too.

The best way to take part in the Jump is to join before or during January.  You will then receive an email with each task, so you can take part in the Jump in real time, sharing the learning with the group and taking advantage of the free Q&A sessions that we will run.  You will also have the emails to refer to later, or to go back to should you wish to stall part of the Jump (or defer it entirely).

The other way to take part in the Jump is to remember to visit this page on a daily basis throughout January.

You can choose the approach that suits you best.  However research has shown that you are more likely to stick with the Jump – and to make the most of it – if you sign up to receive emails.

Either way, it is completely free, and we will be delighted to have you be part of the Jump!

We plan to run the Jump each January, although it will be different each time we run it.  If you are keen to move forward before January 2019, please feel free to browse the 2018 January Jump Homepage and work your way through the tasks independently.

We also run events throughout the year including LinkedIn and CV Workshops, Return to Work Workshops, Career Drop-In Clinics, and more.

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“Kath is incredibly insightful and helped me to structure my thinking about careers. Her guidance was intelligent and reflected a
wealth of experience.”

Victoria F, Hampstead

“I found it very helpful and motivating and I found myself more confident
and energised. I would not hesitate
to look to Kath for advice
in the future.”

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ideas that I would never have
been brave enough to consider
on my own.”

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