Do you want to change career but not know where to start?
Do you feel like you should be doing better, but can't seem to make the breakthrough?
Do you feel fear at the prospect of going to work every day?
Do you feel like you were made for something more than your day job... but don't know what?
Work takes up a huge part of our lives: if you work full-time then you might spend half of your waking hours each week at work (including commuting). That is a long time, and it is time that should be spent on something that inspires and fulfils you… or at the very least, it shouldn’t be spent on something that actively makes you unhappy.
When you are unhappy or even just struggling at work, not only can you not perform to your full ability nor reach your full potential in your career, but it also spills over into other aspects of your life, such as your relationships.
It doesn’t have to be that way. Everybody deserves a career that will provide the emotional and financial rewards they want. For some, this will mean changing employer or even your career, while others may be generally on the right track, but you might just need a little assistance to help you find happiness in your chosen career.
A coach, with their detached viewpoint, can help guide you towards taking the steps that you know will improve your career, even if you find them a little scary. From returning to work after a long break or simply improving your current performance, to a full career change, I can help you work out exactly what you want to achieve and how to do it.
Contact me for a free 30-minute consultation on how I can help you with your career and work life.
"I spoke to Stephen at a time when I was adapting to being a new dad and unsure about my career. My discussions with Stephen were purposeful – Stephen helped me focus and clarify my goals in a practical, targeted and empathic way." Mark, Hull
"Stephen has insight and empathy which can help you discover new ideas to follow up and enhance your search for a new career path, or see your current role in a new, more positive, light." Michael, Newcastle