So, You Want To Re-Enter The Workforce.

Do any of these sound like you?

I took a career break – for motherhood, family, health, travel, personal reasons etc

I have a different life situation now and want to approach my career in a different way than I did before.

I’m not sure how to be most effective in looking for work or where to begin.

I’m wondering if I will need to re-train or upgrade my skills in order to get the kind of job I want.

Having been out of work for a while, it’s a good time to reassess my career choices. I’m wondering what career would suit me best.

You Probably Have A Lot Of Questions…

“Are my career hopes realistic?” “Do I have the skills I need to re-enter the workforce after my absence?” “What’s the best way to find a job when I’ve been out of the workforce?” “What career will suit me best at this stage?” “How can I make sure I have the flexibility I want?” “What is the right next step for me?”

Questions like these aren’t easy to answer on your own.

We Can Help

We have helped hundreds of professionals find the answers to their biggest career questions. Using assessment tools and reflective exercises, we can help you uncover the solutions that will empower you to move forward.

A single meeting may be all you need to get clear and feel confident about your next steps. Or, if you’re looking for more support, we’ll partner with you for three months or longer to help you make the changes you need to truly love your work.

To learn more, just fill out the form at the bottom of this page and one of our coaches will contact you to set up a FREE, 20-minute, no-obligation call. We’ll talk about your situation and share our recommendations so you can decide if working with us is the right move for you.

Mark Quillinan

Achieve Your Goals

"I sought out a coach so as to be able to discuss with someone outside of my on-field competition, of the issues that I am facing, the shortcomings in my performance, and the vision of where I wish to be.

It’s been great, and I have learnt a lot, come a long way, and for me, the biggest learning is that it is not easy, and continues to be so. To question yourself, to find out what you need to do, to do it without distraction, and keep improving is hard work. In this day of ongoing career re-invention, I highly recommend coaching as a way to achieve your goals!"

Mark Quillinan

Entrepreneur, Shanghai, China

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Mark Quillinan

Entrepreneur, Shanghai, China

Mark Quillinan
"I sought out a coach so as to be able to discuss with someone outside of my on-field competition, of the issues that I am facing, the shortcomings in my performance, and the vision of where I wish to be. It’s been great, and I have learnt a lot, come a long way, and for me, the biggest learning is that it is not easy, and continues to be so. To question yourself, to find out what you need to do, to do it without distraction, and keep improving is hard work. In this day of ongoing career re-invention, I highly recommend coaching as a way to achieve your goals!"

Can Coaching Help Your Career?

Hiring a career coach is an investment in your future. But how do you know if it is really worth it? Is coaching the right solution for you? This 5 minute quiz will help you understand the potential benefits to YOU of having a career coach.