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What are the benefits of a career coach?

The benefits of a career coach are tailored to you and your needs and personality. Typical outcomes for my clients have included:

  • Achieve a promotion or land a dream job
  • Negotiate and secure pay rises (often up to 25%, plus bonuses)
  • Shift to flexible working arrangements - such as compressed work weeks - to allow for more personal time, without compromising salary
  • Gain confidence in public speaking
  • Develop their strategy skills (including productivity, leadership and management)
  • Feel confident and motivated on returning to work following maternity leave or a career break, with a clear idea of how they can juggle life and work.
What type of coaching do you offer?/ OR Are there different types of coaching?

Yes, there are many different types of coaching - I focus on career coaching, specialising in women’s careers and doing a blend of coaching / advisory / training. My areas of specialism include: returning to work after maternity leave or a career break; flexible work (how to negotiate it, how to adapt to it and avoid the pitfalls); helping working parents to achieve balance and continue to progress their careers; developing your personal brand (which in turn can lead to promotion/securing a new job); boosting workplace confidence (including presenting skills); working with female leaders and women in senior roles to continue to progress their careers.

How does it work?

We meet regularly to help you to overcome the work/life challenges and get rid of these problems, whether these are internal or external barriers. We then work towards helping you to excel and become your best. I offer a combination of coaching / advisory / training. You can read case studies and testimonials here, or get in touch to discuss further.

What can a career coach help me with?

A career coach can help you with any area of your professional life in which you need guidance and support (and often this spans aspects of your personal life, too). Consider a career coach to be an impartial support system, who is there to be your personal cheerleader - I work with my clients to help them excel in their careers, by guiding them and bringing an objective perspective. Here’s just a few of the common issues that my clients present me with:

  • I keep being overlooked for a promotion - what am I doing wrong?
  • How can I achieve a pay rise?
  • My company has rejected my flexible work request - what are my options?
  • I’m returning from maternity leave and am lacking confidence, as well as feeling nervous of how I’ll juggle work and motherhood
  • I hate public speaking, but have a big presentation coming up in which I need to impress.
  • I feel lost in my career and need guidance on what to do next - do I strive for promotion, or focus on a job change?
Where and when do we meet?

We meet monthly, fortnightly or more regularly (if we are working together intensively for a job interview, or speech). We determine the cadence of coaching together and when we have an initial chat. We typically meet via Zoom. I am based in London and have clients globally - you can be located in any country.

Do you offer a moneyback guarantee?

Yes. If you aren’t satisfied, then I ask my clients to get in touch straight away so that we can resolve any concerns. You are offered a full refund after your first session.

What does it cost?

A 30minute consultation starts at £120. Contact me to discuss coaching where I will assess your needs and the right programme for you. I will provide all information in our conversation and via email as a follow up. I do ask for a deposit to hold a place in my coaching practice due to demand.

What if I'm not satisfied?

You can either raise your concerns with me, or you can share your concerns with another coach with whom I work and discuss it with them. I always want my clients to be 100% satisfied with my coaching and support. I offer a moneyback guarantee if you are not satisfied after the first session.

Are you a qualified coach?

Yes, I am qualified NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) certified and am working towards Advanced NLP. I also have 15 years of experience in advising CEOs and Executives. I bring these combined skills, expertise and experience to my clients and it’s often why they recommend me to others.

At what point in my career should I consider a coach?

Any point! I work with women at many different stages of their careers - whether they are striving for a very senior position, or shifting to flexible work arrangements and keen to maintain their career progression. One of the most common times that I have found career coaching to be incredibly beneficial to women is when they return from maternity leave or a career break: this is when I can help them to shape their working lives (perhaps through flexible work arrangements, or defining workplace boundaries), to ensure the optimum work/life balance.

How do I know if you’re the right career coach for me?

Let’s work together and see how I can help you. I offer a free 15-minute taster session where we can discuss your needs and what you would like to achieve. This is a no-obligation session and will provide you with a clear idea of how we may be able to work together -I can also answer your questions and address any concerns before we start. I offer limited free taster sessions - book yours in now.