Thank you for registering for my ‘How to kick start your career change’ webinar on Wednesday 15th November.
You will receive an email with details of how to log in and get started on some serious career change kick starting! I look forward to seeing you there.
Expect to leave the workshop with a clear set of career change ‘next steps’ - some of them may surprise you, all of them will seem possible and exciting and most importantly ‘right’.
If you’re in the mood for some pre session inspiration in the mean time, I've got lots of articles on my blog - the most recent are:
Sascha talks about facing fears, leaping into the unknown, opening doors and synchronising her remarkable skills to launch a new career as an end of life doula, supporting people who are dying and their families.
Checking your mindset gives you an insight into how skilfully you’re likely to manage career change. If you find you’re ‘fixed’ but you’re keen to be ‘flexible’, here are three ways to kick start the shift.
How well you navigate your career change has lots to do with your mindset.
Your mindset is the collection of beliefs that shape your habitual ways of thinking and acting. If managing the ‘change’ in career change is giving you grief, taking a look at your mindset may help.
Being laid off is a tough trigger for career change. No matter how you feel about your job, the shock of losing it can unleash a debilitating blast of anger, hurt and confusion.Here are five ways to get to grips with the emotional aftermath of losing your job.
Career changers are confronted by lots of scary ideas. One of these is the ‘sticky stat’ that 80% of jobs never get advertised. It is certainly true that people ‘in the know’ fill lots of brilliant career openings that never get advertised. However the 80% statistic is a relic of the ‘pre-Internet’ 1980s‘ and is now is seriously dodgy.