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

Career Management

Navigate forwards in your career

Our Career Management service helps people to navigate forward in their careers, whether that’s landing their ideal role, gaining a promotion, or marketing themselves effectively.

Accelerate your career

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

Career Development

Develop an exceptional career

We help people to develop exceptional careers through evidence-based psychological coaching and training.

World-class coaching and training

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

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Corporate workshops to help people develop the rare skills that drive exceptional careers.

  • Career Change, Career Development, Interview coaching

    Build your own resilience toolkit

    The human brain can be great at ignoring or forgetting what we have done well, and focusing on our mistakes, errors or ‘areas for development’.

    By building our own Resilience toolkit we can help to balance this out – bringing more of your skills in to view.

    How does it work?

    You begin by looking back through emails/texts/certificates etc and finding evidence of things you have done well.

    This could be a simple email from a colleague thanking you for your time or a good appraisal or even a piece of work that you are particularly proud of.

    You can either print these off and keep them in a physical resilience toolkit (why not start a folder or box?) OR if you prefer digital records, then go ahead and create a digital version.

    Once you’ve gone back through your past, it’s time to start working on the present and future.

    Now, you need to start noticing when you get further positive feedback or thank you’s and add these to your toolkit.  As well as this you should notice when you feel that you have done a good job and add this too.

    Over time your folder or box will be overflowing with wonderful things…..all about YOU.

    Now what?

    Now – when you are feeling a little overwhelmed, worthless or like you aren’t good enough….pull out that box.

    Inside you will find concrete proof from yourself and others that you ARE good at what you do.  That you ARE enough and that you ARE resilient.

    When life can become a little overwhelming, how many times have you been told to ‘keep your chin up’? The challenge when our ‘chin’ needs help is that we tend to ruminate on more negative aspects of our life. One way to use this resilience toolkit is to take the time to read it when you are feeling this way. It should help to boost some of those good mood hormones to help you move forward with purpose.

    It is also an incredibly useful tool for populating competency-based questions too!

     

    Added Bonus – Tips for Completion:

    I also find that a little mood boosting treat can be useful when building and reading through your toolkit.

    Try adding one of the following foods to your toolkit to give your brain an extra boost;

     

    • Dark chocolate is rich in compounds that may increase feel-good chemicals in your brain.
    • Coffee provides numerous compounds, including caffeine and chlorogenic acid, that may boost your mood.
    • Since up to 90% of your body’s serotonin is produced in your gut, a healthy gut may correspond to a good mood. Fermented foods like yogurt, kefir, kombucha, and kimchi, are rich in probiotics that support gut health.
    • Bananas are a great source of natural sugar, vitamin B6, and prebiotic fibre, which work together to keep your blood sugar levels and mood stable.

     

     

  • Career Change, Career Development, Career Management, Executive Coaching, Interview coaching

    Top tips to supercharge your interview performance

    Great news…

    Our fantastic FREE Interview Skills eBook has been released.

    It’s packed full of ways to prepare for your next big interview with confidence, top tips and psychological science.

    Make sure you approach your next interview cool, calm and collected with our free guide.

    You won’t want to miss it.

    Download a copy here: Interview Skills eBook

    This is a completely free resource, so please share and help us to reach as many people as possible 👇👇👇