Looking for a career coach for working parents

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SunnyDay
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Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby SunnyDay » Wed Oct 10, 2018 10:32 am

Hi,

Can anyone recommend a career coach for working parents? I am looking to set up a program at work.

Many thanks!
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby NathalieCollas » Wed Oct 10, 2018 4:05 pm

Hello,
I might be of help. I am a qualified Transformational Life Coach and I have been working with working parents (mainly women) on different questions, whether is to manage their work life balance, a new role within their organisation or those who want to change their career and wonder what would be the next steps for them. I haven't really chosen to focus on women, it has just happened as I'm also a mum who has worked in corporate environments for more than 20 years.
Feel free to reach out so we can talk about what you are after specifically and we will see if there's some mutual interest.
All the best,
Nathalie
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby Bellevuelaw » Wed Oct 10, 2018 4:21 pm

Kath Sloggett of Runneth London would be great: https://www.runnethlondon.com/our-team/.  
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby SunnyDay » Wed Oct 10, 2018 4:29 pm

Thanks so much for getting in touch Nathalie. Do you have a website?

Thanks for the recommendation Bellevelaw. I will check it out.
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby NathalieCollas » Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:57 pm

Not yet. This is something I need to work on.
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby BarbaraDewastcoach » Thu Oct 11, 2018 8:54 am

Hi,

I am an executive coach working with experienced professionals to develop their careers and find their balance. I thrive to help my clients achieve their full potential at work and in life more generally. 

Previously a City lawyer, I have a good understanding of the corporate life - its opportunities but also its challenges.

I have experience in addressing topics such as career change, leadership skills, work-life balance, returning to work, novelty at work, entrepreneurship, stress, management, performance, corporate communication, public speaking, presentation skills.

I'd be happy to speak to understand what you are looking for, and what the work set up could look like?
Please feel free to email: barbaradewastcoaching@gmail.com, or call 07879 776262.

More about me herewww.barbaradewast.com

I hope I can help!

All the best,

Barbara Dewast
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby TalentCompany » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:48 pm

Hi SunnyDay

This is self-promotion rather than a recommendation I'm afraid!  But I'd be very happy to have a conversation with you about what you're looking for if you think it might be of help.  I offer both executive coaching to individuals within companies at a variety of levels around career progression, personal impact, confidence and assertiveness among other things.  I also work with individuals on a private basis who are looking to change career or manage their career.

My background is in recruitment and talent management and I have two small children so understand the challenges for working parents.  My web site is www.thetalentcompany.co.uk.  Please feel free to contact me if you'd like to have a chat.

Karina
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby amumtoo » Thu Oct 11, 2018 11:12 pm

Hi there, Jenni Hallam is recommended by friends, she is a wonderful lady and has many lovely clients and testimonials

https://jennihallam.co.uk 
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby SunnyDay » Sat Oct 13, 2018 6:25 pm

Hi, thank you so much for your recommendations and replies. I will get in touch.
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby SW12dadfincladviser » Mon Oct 15, 2018 9:08 am

Hi, Jon Marks at Get Real Careers is definitely worth touching base with. Has some fantastic and relevant experience for your situation.
 jon@getrealcareers.com     07904 948207.    Hope it goes well.
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby Career Coach Mummy » Mon Oct 15, 2018 9:38 am

Hi there,

I am a local career coach and life coach specifically working with ladies both in the workplace and in the transition back to the workplace.  I can see there have already been several replies to your enquiry but if you are still in need. Please do check out my website www.orlacahillcoaching.com and my reviews on Face Book may also tell you a little about me. https://www.facebook.com/CVWriterOrla/?ref=bookmarks

I am happy to have a call with you to better understand what the scope of work is and if I can support your endeavours. 

Best

Orla Cahill
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Re: Looking for a career coach for working parents

Postby info@citycbt » Tue Oct 16, 2018 12:14 pm

Hi SunnyDay,

I might be a bit late in responding however I also could help you. My name is Nicola Martin and I am a Executive coach specialising in cognitive behavioural coaching and am frequently helping people with their career choices. I have a experience of working with lawyers and accountants in the city and can offer coaching as well as bespoke training programmes. I am based in Balham. Here's my website: www.citycbt.com 

Do reach out if you would like to discuss anything further!

Thanks
Nicola
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