What can career coaching do for you?
Having designed a massive online course on the power and importance of Digital Marketing, I’m best placed to bring you up-to-date with marketing in the 21st century
Finding a way forward after redundancy is tough. But if you tackle it carefully, and with the support of someone who genuinely wants to help, you can move forward confidently towards a new future. I will help you to deal with the practicalities, the job search and the way you feel about your future too.
I help you to identify your strengths, to articulate them in your CV and in interviews and to feel more optimistic about what you can do.
Don’t wait for opportunities to knock on your door. Waiting doesn’t work. Do the knocking.~ John Krumboltz, Professor of Education at Stanford University
Madeline had no prejudice or preconception about what the correct path would be for me. She basically guided me to find my own solutions and pulled me up on rather unjustified negative thinking about my own abilities.~ Andrew
Coaching, teaching and employability projects to develop researchers, staff and students
Writing national guidelines to help staff manage internships and placements
Working on career development strategies with early career researchers
1-1 career coaching to develop awareness of careers outside academia
Working on the future of publishing with European Marketing Directors
Designing and producing online and video based learning for IBM (UK) Sales
Team coaching and 1-1 coaching for education professionals
Leading teams of writers and media developers to design and deliver flexible distance learning
Working with clients to train their staff online and as Admiral’s Corporate Marketing Manager
Coaching and support for staff affected by change and redundancy
Designing online learning for university professionals
Writing and sub-editing online versions of the Land Registry Annual Report
Working with subject specialists to produce online learning on construction and property law