Pathfinder offers Transition Coaching. Our framework can support you to let go of the past, deal with the present and embrace the future.
There are times when you want to take control of your career and would value the support of a coach to make the important decisions, take action and transition to something new. There are also times when you may have change thrust upon you, for instance through redundancy, and would value support with the challenges you face.
We offer a career transition programme to help you move on positively and with confidence to new opportunities. Our framework can support you to let go of the past, deal with the present and embrace the future.
Every career transition is unique. It could involve staying in the same sector or moving to a new one, creating a portfolio career or starting your own business, working part-time, taking a career break or thinking about retirement.
We work with you to review current and future career paths and explore options available to you. We can help:
The Pathfinder Transition Programme offers up to 10 hours support over a 3-month period subject to your needs and budget.
By request we can offer ‘bite-size’ support to write a CV or LinkedIn profile or perhaps to prepare for an interview.
We think it’s important that your coaching experience fits in with your life. That’s why we offer a variety of formats for your coaching sessions. We can flex the length of the coaching programme, the individual coaching sessions and the format to suit you.
We are based in London and conduct our face to face coaching sessions at The Century Club, 61-63 Shaftesbury Avenue. This provides a relaxed environment with plenty of discreet spaces to have private conversations. In the summer we take advantage of the largest rooftop terrace in Soho, with stunning views of London’s iconic skyline.
Once we have got to know each other, sometimes a coaching session on the phone is a practical option. Our experience suggests that this can provide a unique opportunity for coaching without visual distractions and therefore increased focus on the topic under discussion. You could be at home, in a quiet office or any suitable relaxed environment.
Another option popular with many people is online coaching. As with phone sessions, this format can work really well when meeting up in person proves challenging either because of diary commitments or logistics. We can coach via Skype, Facetime or Zoom.
We are pleased to offer “walking” coaching sessions either in the parks of Central London or on the Isle of Wight. There is plenty of evidence highlighting the health benefits of walking but also some academic research which demonstrates how walking can really help to shift thinking. Being side to side rather than face to face with your coach is also more appealing to some people.