Career counselling in mid-career and beyond

You can benefit from careers support at all stages of life. Once you’ve got a few years’ experience behind you, it’s time to take stock, consider your options and ensure your career is heading in the right direction.

Do any of these scenarios sound familiar?

  • You’re unhappy in your current job and want a complete change of direction
  • You have that nagging feeling of being a square peg in a round hole
  • You’re stuck in a rut – you can do your job with your eyes closed and you’re ready for a new challenge
  • You’ve been made redundant, or have the threat of redundancy hanging over you, and you need a confidence boost and guidance in finding your next role
  • You’ve missed out on promotion and need help preparing for – and creating – future opportunities
  • You know the job you want to go for – now how do you best market and sell yourself?
  • You’re thinking about retirement and would value time and support to make this a smooth transition

I can help you with any of the following:

  • Exploration of new career opportunities
  • Taking control of your career and identifying a plan of action
  • Achieving a work-life balance that works for you
  • CV development and interview preparation
  • Planning for retirement and other major changes in your working life

Take a career ‘healthcheck’

What proportion of your life do you spend at work or thinking about work? It can be really beneficial to invest in a few hours of support to develop your career, explore what makes you tick and equip yourself to find a role that motivates and inspires you.

Career consultancy from Making Careers Work is all about putting you back in control. I’ll support you in developing the necessary skills and confidence to clarify your thinking and play to your strengths.

You decide the level of support you need

I usually work with people on a one-to-one basis, but am happy to work with a number of people who might be at a similar stage in their career (maybe you’ve got a few friends who feel the same way as you?!). Get in touch to discuss your own situation and how I might be able to help you. Initial discussions are absolutely free of charge…

 

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