Career Coaching

  • Are you are at a crossroads in your career?
  • Do you feel you are not fulfilling your potential?
  • Are you ready to discover what you really want in your heart of hearts?

Perhaps you are an ambitious and successful person. Successful people are often perfectionists and push themselves beyond reasonable limits. Perhaps you are feeling isolated, stressed or lacking focus. Perhaps you have lost your confidence, due to restructuring or redundancy. Perhaps you are leading or navigating change in your organisation.

Through executive, life and career coaching you can stand back and make a realistic assessment of your whole life and your work. The process gives you permission to reflect on what matters to you, to uncover meaningful priorities and look at possible new options.

Ask yourself, when all is said and done, what do I want my life to have been about? Is it time to re-ignite the spark?

Firework Career Coaching Programme

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
Mark Twain

My ground breaking Career Coaching Programme aims to help you take a journey from uncertainty about your present career and not knowing what your next step might be, through to having a clear vision of a career that is absolutely right for you, and a plan for how to create it. Together we will clarify what you want in your life as a whole as well as in your work. Find out more »

Your commitment to career coaching

To get the full benefit of my Career Coaching Programme you are required to make a big commitment in terms of time, finances and energy but the rewards are great. Read more »

What I can do for you

Have you ever felt that what you would really like is someone to work with you to define your aims, plan how to achieve them and encourage you as you take action to create change? As your coach, that’s what I will do. Read more »