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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1 to 1

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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1 to 1

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, Career Development

    Taking A Compassionate Approach to Self-Limiting Beliefs

    by Dr Rachel Collis

    Have you ever felt like you weren’t good enough in some way – that you were too fat; too thin; too loud; too quiet; too boring; too weird, not smart enough or too clever by half? That in some way you just weren’t quite as you should be? That you didn’t quite fit in?

    A few years ago, I went to a workshop run by Professor Kelly Wilson.  He asked audience members to raise a hand if we ever felt that in some way we weren’t quite good enough. Everyone in the room raised a hand. I still remember the feeling of looking around the room and realising that we all felt the same way – we all believed that in some way we weren’t good enough.

  • Career Change, Getting Unstuck coaching

    The Currency of Success: How Coaching Helped An Olympian Towards Career Fulfillment

    By Mick Darby and Shaun McKeown

    Shaun McKeown is a Paralympian silver medal-winning cyclist. Immediately following his extraordinary achievement in the London 2012 Paralympics and buoyed by his victory he was ready to commit to more training and daring to dream of Rio and the possibility of doing even better than silver.

    Gold medals were the currency of success

    By 2014, and after many fraught meetings with his coaching team, he no longer felt valued and decided to retire.