Seventy six percent of British professionals would start a new career if they had the chance, says a survey by CV Library (Nov 2017).
If you are toying with the idea of doing something completely new, returning to study, creating a portfolio career or starting up your own business, our Find Your New Direction: A Ten Session Programme for Career Changers will move you from confusion and option overload – to clarity and making it happen.
- Get clear about who you are and what you need from your work and life to be happy and fulfilled
- Explore and test a wide range of options to confirm what will be a great fit for you – and be most viable for you
- Plan out the steps you need to take to move from where you are now to where you want to be and feel confident to reach your new direction.
There’s no need to battle away on your own, fretting about whether you’re doing the right thing. Enjoy the support of a coach and get the results you’re after, fast!
Tim Fordham and Rosine Suire are our coaches for Find Your New Direction.
I used Tim’s services as a career coach and can thoroughly recommend him to anyone facing decisions about the direction of their life and career or looking to increase their effectiveness in their existing situation. I had a career in IT spanning 15 years, moving from an IT training role through to a senior leadership position with international team management responsibilities. However, I was increasingly unsatisfied with my direction in life and felt that a change was needed. I engaged Tim to assist me in my thinking. Through a series of 1:1 sessions he lead me in a process to explore more about myself, my personal and professional goals and to develop a strategy to attain them. In my particular experience, Tim went well beyond his coaching remit as he also saw and informed me of a job opportunity which met my criteria. I applied, got the job and have now joined an organisation that is fully aligned with my personal and professional values and goals.
JF, IT senior manager
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