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

  • Career Change

    Mary Oliver and Career Change

    There comes a time in any career change where analysis stops working.  All the risks have been managed.  Contingency plans have been made.  Worst case finances have been modelled in Excel. A 62-slide Powerpoint deck is available on request.

    It’s at this point where art takes over.  There were several notable examples of this in my career change: Derek Walcott, Al Pacino, Ernest Hemingway, reading the obituaries or even the Honda ad, which taught me that even bald men can sometimes be courageous.

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    Returning to Work with a Forced Smile? Six Ideas To Start Getting Unstuck This Week

    In the summer of 1998 I returned from a 2 week holiday in Cuba.  It had been amazing, but somehow that just made returning worse.  It wasn’t the despair that killed me, it was the hope.

    “You realise the holiday’s nearly over don’t you?” said my mate on the plane.  It was so depressing – and that was on the plane out.

    My experience of being stuck in a career was of returning to work feeling utterly miserable and overwhelmed, but acting as though I was happy to be back.

    Eventually I fumbled my way out, but since working with thousands of people going through career change, I see that I could have done it much quicker.

    One of the most important things is to find a place to start. So here are 6 ideas to get you started this week – pick one that feels achievable: