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Higher Landing is leading the evolution of the outplacement and transition industry by offering our transformation clients a leading edge program with a multi-faceted team of professionals who will provide complete career transformation. 

We take the traditional transition process to a new level with a proprietary approach that aims to connect head with heart, and identify strengths, values, passions, and purpose.

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THE GAME IS OVER -
YOUR CAREER IS NOT!

Jackie Rafter

Who are you? What do you identify with outside the world of sports? Transitioning into unfamiliar territory can create feelings of self-doubt, panic and an overwhelming amount of stress. For athletes, sports and high-level competition have been a major component of life and it’s extremely hard not to identify as a professional athlete.

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WHAT I LEARNED FROM WORKING WITH HOCKEY PLAYERS

Regan Bickell

If I could bottle the energy and the dedication of these guys and market it to industry, I would make a killing!  Why do I think they are going to make amazing employees for prospective employers?

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ATHLETES IN TRANSITION -
BRAD MORAN'S STORY

Jackie Rafter

When you ask a kid what he wants to be when he grows up and he says “I’m going to be hockey player”, everyone nods and smiles.  When you ask a 36 year old with a wife and 2 kids what he does for a living and he says “I play hockey”, he gets a lot of nods and eye rolls.  

 

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THE SEASON IS OVER. YOUR CAREER IS NOT.

Jackie Rafter

The Professional Hockey Players Association has shown that many professional hockey players are poorly prepared for their retirement from competition and may face considerable difficulties in coping with the significant life changes that accompany the end of their sports careers and sports identities.

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