Career coaching for individuals
If you’re at a crossroads in your career, coaching can give you clarity about which path to take. You might want to stay in your current role with a renewed motivation, look for other opportunities or simply reassess your options.
I have created the Unique Career Footprint©: a diagnostic tool that highlights options which will suit your skill set and mindset. I then help you prepare to take the next steps.
For individuals, the UCF is valuable if:
You’d like to remain in your current role but feel you would benefit from a heightened level of motivation
You’re going through a restructure at work and need to apply for your own role
You want to apply for new positions but haven’t attended an interview for a long time
You’ve been forced to leave employment through redundancy or long-term illness
You’re returning to work after maternity, paternity or parental leave or a career break.
After years of stability and familiarity in his career as a operations manager, Steve was forced to reapply for his role in a company restructure. The process was daunting; Steve’s confidence hit rock-bottom and his anxiety soared. Using the Unique Career Footprint, I helped Steve work out how to approach the situation with strength and certainty to reach a positive conclusion.
Career coaching within companies
For companies, the UCF is effective for:
Encouraging employees to stay loyal to your organisation – it is particularly successful for millennials who welcome development opportunities
Supporting employees in seeking alternative employment because of a restructure.
6 powerful benefits of career coaching using the Unique Career Footprint
4. Save time searching and applying for roles that don’t suit you
5. Reduce the stress and loneliness that can accompany a job search
6. Feel practically prepared with a strong CV and covering letter
Gain clarity on the options available and the best path to take
Feel a sense of hope and belief as you work out where to go next
Experience greater self-confidence and self-esteem