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Career Coaching

Have the career you want 

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What is Career Coaching?

Career coaching helps you to explore and navigate your career path more effectively.


The primary goal of career coaching is to provide you with guidance, support, and encouragement at whatever stage of your career you're at, whether you are just starting out, looking to make a career change, or seeking advancement and growth within your current profession.

This typically involves using a range of strategies and tools to assist you in understanding your strengths, values, interests, and goals. This may involve self-assessment exercises, skills evaluation, and discussions about your aspirations and work-related challenges.


We will work collaboratively to identify potential career options and develop action plans to achieve those goals.

How can Career Coaching help me?

  • Career exploration: Identify potential career paths and industries that align with your skills, interests, and values.

  • Resume and interview preparation: Assistance with CV writing, cover letter development, and interview skills to improve the chances of landing desired job opportunities.

  • Skill development: Identify and enhance relevant skills and competencies required for your chosen career path.

  • Job search strategies: Guidance on effective job search techniques, networking, and leveraging online platforms to find suitable job opportunities.

  • Career transitions: Support as you go through a career change, whether within the same industry, moving to a different one or starting your own business.

  • Professional development: Create a plan to improve performance and achieve career growth within your current job or organisation.

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How do I know if I need  Career Coaching?

Here are some signs that indicate you might benefit from my career coaching:

  • Lack of clarity or direction: You're unsure about your career goals, feel stuck, or are struggling to identify the right path for your professional development.

  • Dissatisfaction with your current job: You're unhappy with your current job or career and are considering a change.

  • Difficulty with job search or advancement: You're having trouble finding job opportunities or facing challenges in advancing within your current organisation.

  •  Need for skill development: You feel that certain skills are holding you back from achieving your career goals, a career coach can identify areas for improvement and guide you in developing those skills.

  • Low self-confidence or self-awareness: You lack confidence in your abilities or struggle to understand your strengths and weaknesses.

  • Desire for work-life balance: You're seeking ways to balance your personal and professional life more effectively.

  • Transitioning from education to the workforce: You're a recent graduate or student about to enter the workforce.

  • Facing workplace challenges: You're dealing with workplace issues, such as conflicts with colleagues, lack of motivation, or difficulty managing stress.

  • Long-term career planning: You want to create a comprehensive career plan with short-term and long-term goals.

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