Career changes are exciting!
But everybody responds differently to them. A career change isn’t always voluntary. Sometimes we are coerced to make a change, whether we want to or not.
But how to make a change when you are stuck in negative thoughts about your future? What if you cannot see the positive in the situation you see yourself confronted with?
What if suggestions from family and friends do not help you because they cannot put themselves in your shoes?
What you need is somebody who will support you in finding out what is within the scope of your possibilities, your interests, your passions. Somebody who listens without preconceived notions about you, somebody who will not judge you by your past or the present, somebody who will help you discover your potential. As a career coach, I can support you in developing a structured approach to making the – voluntary or involuntary – transition to a new career.
Or maybe you have too many ideas, and you don’t know where to start? Maybe you have difficulty estimating which next career step will be best?
Knowing the labor market, knowing trends on the labor market, and knowing what employers look for is a distinct quality that I bring as a sociologist to my coaching practice.
I have studied the labor market, its development in the globalized context, and the emergence of new professions.
I know what I am talking about.
Take advantage of 30 minutes free consultation! You will know more afterwards than you did before.
I am looking forward to speaking with you!