Why Career Advice Doesn’t Always Work
If you are seeking guidance, here are some potential reasons why some types of career advice may not work for you and what to look for.
We are a team of career consultants who work with people who feel unhappy, stuck, uninspired or unable to make a decision about their work life. We also provide career coaching for people who want to unlock their full potential to best advance in their current career.
Find what you are looking for in one of our core services below. Or book a free initial consultation with an experienced career consultant if you wish to enquire about a different aspect of your career.
Do you want to do something different to find satisfaction and fulfilment at work?
Services for people wishing to explore a new direction in their working lives.
Do you want to love what you do right from the start?
Services for younger people whether you are at school, in further education or a graduate.
Do you want to unlock your full potential in your current career?
Services for people wishing to enhance development within their present job, career or business.
Do you want to turn a crisis into an opportunity for growth?
Services for people who have been made redundant.
Our career consultants aim to help you to align your career with what feels authentic to you through facilitating a process of deep exploration and increased self-awareness.
We complement this in-depth exploration with practical goal-oriented career coaching to provide a unique service.
Please see below and explore the Our Approach page to find out why we are different. Or give us a call and with an experienced career consultant now.
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