Career Change

Get unstuck, move forward with purpose

Our 5-step Getting Unstuck process, based on decision science, has helped thousands of people in career paralysis to find their best direction and transform their working lives.

Get unstuck

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A structured 5-step coaching process with an expert Career Psychologist.

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Group sessions

Coming soon – Getting Unstuck group workshops and online sessions. Register your interest.

Career Management

Accelerate your career

Our Career Management service helps people to develop their careers faster, whether getting an opportunity, landing their ideal role, gaining a promotion, or managing a transition.

Accelerate your career

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1 to 1

1 to 1  expert CV, interview, performance coaching and psychometric assessment.

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Corporate training

Corporate workshops to help your people promote themselves effectively, deal with change and take control of their careers.

Career Development

Executive coaching that gets results

We deliver executive coaching and training that improves leadership, resilience and business effectiveness.

Executive coaching

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Executive coaching from expert Career Psychologists to develop skills and transform performance.

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Group sessions

Training for internal coaches, business psychologists and HR professionals seeking to deepen their coaching skills.

  • Career Change, Developing Coaches - ACT Training, Getting Unstuck coaching

    Jumping from Planes and Ladders: Midlife Career Change

    By Dr Rob Handelman, Psy.D.

    “Midlife is when you reach the top of the ladder and find that it was against the wrong wall.” Joseph Campbell

    If this quote rings at all true, and if this “wall” happens to refer to your work life, perhaps it’s time for some exploration, clarification, and/or action.

    Perhaps you’ve been thinking about this for a while, or perhaps there’s lately been a growing sense of dissatisfaction, boredom, disconnectedness, or just plain misery.

  • Career Change

    Is Materialism Blocking Your Career Change?

    Sarah was unhappy in her current job. She didn’t seem to achieve anything meaningful through her work. She often felt frustrated and dissatisfied. She didn’t quite know what she wanted to do next but she knew that she wanted things to be different.

    She dreamed of starting a business, or enrolling in a university course.

    As her coach, I wanted to know how much flexibility she had to make some bold career moves. So I asked her how she would fund the change.