No matter what your reason for change ...
Frustration and disillusionment
Not using your natural abilities
Redundancy or business closure
Working in a diminishing industry
Realignment of personal/spiritual values-midlife re-evaluation
Dislike of the organisational culture and values
Added extras can also include:
Access to long term coaching
Interview practise & roleplay
Options for help with CVs, cover letters and LinkedIn
Navigating career changes on your own is never easy.
It's so hard in fact, that most people put off making a change and never step out of their comfort zone.
I know this to be true because I have done all of these things myself and I was gripped with doubt, confidence issues and just a lack of clarity on what I really wanted and how I was going to get there.
Eventually, I did achieve the desired changes, but not without a lot of wasted time and intense soul searching.
The right mindset is so important.
From looking for new roles after redundancy to career progression into new roles, and full career pivots and retraining, I've done it all.
Like any experience, it was beneficial and I learned a lot in the process, including the importance of having the right mindset and confidence.
And now I take these learnings, along with my skills as a coach and mentor to support others wanting to make similar changes and achieve these seamlessly and with confidence.