Counsellor and therapist Matt is constantly surprised by how many clients come to him wanting to talk not about trauma, or relationships or family, but about their careers. Here, he dispels the three biggest myths at the heart of career-change pain.
It's been 18 months since our Community Manager Natasha kick-started her career change. While she's loving where she's reached, it's also been an up-and-down journey to get there. Here, she shares a second set of candid lessons from her shift.
It's been 18 months since our community manager Natasha kick-started her career change. While she's loving where she's reached, it's also been an up-and-down journey to get there. Here, she shares the honest lessons from her shift.
Change can send you into a tailspin if you don't manage it properly. Coach and psychologist Rosie Walford explains how to turn down the 'stress-ometer' and make a period of transition work to your advantage.
When you have no idea what else you'd like to do, where does inspiration come from? On our first Career Change Launch Pad that we finished last month, our Career Change Launch Pad participant grappled with exactly this question – and discovered some unexpected answers. Natasha shares what she learnt.
Social media has revolutionised how we can access information on people and career paths. But what can you do to discover whether the new career you’re looking into is going to right for you? Chris Platts outlines his top ways to find the information you need before you make the move.
Sometimes your dream job has a gatekeeper: the recruitment consultant. Former recruiter Chris Platts shows you how to get them on your side, even if you don't have experience in your chosen field.
You were once so happy together… What do you do when the career you once loved loses its shine? Career coach Sonia Lakshman offers her guidance on how to get the magic back.
Are you stuck in a job you hate, or has your career-change reached a plateau? It might be because you're avoiding 'The Suck'. Anthony Meindl explains why you have to look head-on at what isn't working to make a positive and meaningful change.