Career Coaching

You’re going to spend a lot of time working, so make sure you’re happy with your choice.

How many times has fear of the unknown stopped you from doing what you really want to do?

Changing career is not something that can be taken lightly for most people, especially if financial obligations such as mortgage, family etc. now play a part of the bigger picture. However, being prepared, should the opportunity arise, is a great step to take. Knowing which direction you want to move towards can help you implement small changes now, so that you can seize on opportunities as and when they might arise.

How does it work?

Well let’s take a look at this list, and see how you answer:

  • How do you feel about your career?
  • Do you love going to work?
  • Have you reached your full potential?
  • Are you appropriately compensated?
  • Does your gut tell you there’s something better for you?
  • Have you ever set short/long term career goals?

Do any of these resonate with you?

If the answer is yes, then it may be time to take a look at where you are now in your chosen career path. Not everyone has to be a high flying executive, but everyone deserves to be happy in their work regardless of their role. That’s where career coaching comes in.

During consultations we delve into each of the above areas in detail, but as with any coaching session, you set the agenda and the pace. This is your safe space to discuss your career with unbiased support, and honesty from your coach.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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Career coaching can be delivered via online. Get in touch for more details.

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