Have you been made redundant?

You’re not alone. It happens to many people, who through no fault of their own find themselves having to leave an organisation and create a career elsewhere.

A whole range of emotions can come up, shock, anger, sadness. It can feel personal. You might feel lost, unsure of your options and not sure what to do next.

But there is a future, and times like this can often be an opportunity for really positive change.

Get support to find your new direction

One of the helpful things about working with a coach is the clarity and direction it brings when you’re trying to move on from redundancy. It can take time to adjust, to accept the change that has happened and feel ready to move on to something new. That’s perfectly normal.

Staying positive and kind to yourself in that early phase is important. You are not your job title, you are so much more! I help you be objective about your achievements, experience and strengths that you can bring to a new role, and I’ll support you in exploring your options and taking steps toward a new job or career.

People I’ve worked with tell me that it’s really useful to have structure so it feels like you’re making some progress. To find other ways of looking at things so what seems to be a brick wall stopping you, no longer feels like that. And it brings confidence to know there’s someone in your corner cheering you on when you don’t think you can do it.

My career coaching programmes support you through 4 important stages:

Define

Working out what you really want from your career.

Explore

Creating options and exploring what your new future could look like.

Evaluate

Which options are best for you and how you can get there

Apply

You take positive and supported steps toward your new career.

Redundancy coaching programmes

We can work together in a number of ways:

Career Strategy Session (1 hour)


This 1-hour session will help you understand what you’re really looking for from your career. We’ll explore your present situation, what you’d like your future to look like and how to move forward from redundancy in a positive way. Find out more about my Career Strategy sessions.

How to create a CV with impact (1 hour)


In this session we’ll review your CV identifying strengths and areas where it can be improved to have maximum impact. You will learn how to craft your CV to convey your experience and skills in the right way and give yourself the best chance of securing an interview. Find out more about my CV advice service.

Confident interview skills (1 hour)


Interview skills

Learn how to confidently handle a wide range of interview questions, communicate your skills and experience well, and deal with interview nerves. You can also practice your interview skills and receive expert feedback to prepare you for the real thing. Find out more about how I can help you prepare for interviews.

Career Voyager Programme (2 months)


A 2-month guided programme to help you identify new options and what your new fulfilling career needs to look like. We’ll explore what you enjoy, your strengths and existing experience and how you can use these in a future role. We’ll also start to explore possible career change options you can consider. Contact me for more information about the Career Voyager Programme.

Career Transition Programme (5 months)


A 5-month programme which will support you through your career change from picturing what your new career needs to look like, to creatively exploring your options, planning how to get there and then making it happen! Contact me for more information about the Career Transition Programme.

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