Career Coaching



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Whether you’re a school-leaver, recent graduate or experienced professional, making the right career choices can be a complicated and daunting prospect. 

That’s where Figuring Out comes in.

Through our UK-based network of highly trained career coaches, we provide career coaching to help you work out what to do next

“Career Coaching has helped me look at things in a fresh way, giving me new insights into what I want out of my new career and how I’m going to get there.  Equally importantly, it has provided a practical framework for me to investigate options, assess them and make the necessary step.” (Simon, 30, London)

In a confidential environment, we can help you to:

  • Assess where you are in your life

  • Look at what types of job would suit you 

  • Help you to clarify your life and career goals

  • Look at the challenges you face in your career and job hunt

  • Help you to understand the impact of your career decisions and choices

  • Help you to plan a way forward with a bespoke career development plan

  • Identify any psychological barriers that may be preventing you from advancing your career

If you are interested.... 

  • Contact us on 0203 303 0468 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • An initial introductory conversation is organised with one of our coaches to discuss your goals! and if you are happy, we can then commence the programme. 

  • The coaching programme comprises of a package of one-hour coaching sessions, face-to-face or by phone, which can be taken in a timescale suited to you.

  • The programme can be paid in full or via a monthly payment plan. To discuss your needs and prices of the programme please contact one of our team.  We can currently access funding to cover the costs of career coaching for unemployed professionals and executives and long term unemployed young people aged 18-24.

At an additional cost we can also:-


Try out some of our Career Coaching Exercises below.... 

Rewarding Performance - How to make the most out of your job

Career Coaching

At Striding Out we believe that rewarding work and high performance areclosely linked. Work is more likely to be rewarding if it gives you what you want from it and you are more likely to perform at a high level if your work isrewarding.

It is a reinforcing cycle because performing at a high level in itselfis often rewarding.

Lets explore the different elements of what makes work rewarding and what enables high performance:

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Making the Change

Career Coaching

A personal insight into how Rosalyn Clare changed her life for the better. …

I spent ten years working in large companies. Two were US owned multinationals and another was one of the British big four accountancy firms. Despite working in a number of different roles with some success I wasn’t happy. My value to my employer seemed to be only in terms of the time I billed each month.

Every time I contemplated change I panicked. What about the mortgage? And I told myself I had to get it right next time. It felt so scary that each time I stopped thinking about change and put it off again. I hadn’t yet learned that moving out of comfort zones isn’t comfortable.  I lacked any strategy for making decisions about the future. I didn’t want to ‘waste’ the professional qualification  I’d gained and I feared there was nothing else I could do.

I was stuck.

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What's your dream job?

Career Coaching

If you are either at crossroads in your career or still figuring out what ‘ladder you really want to climb’, a dream job may well be just what you should be looking for. However, many people are unprepared to contemplate the idea – well, it’s just a dream, isn’t it?

The short answer is - it is entirely up to you.  The job you yearn for is somewhere out there waiting for you to find it. First you need to know what it is you are looking for, otherwise you can keep looking aimlessly and, after a while, give up saying that ‘it is simply not there’. Once you know exactly what your dream job is all about, you can then establish the steps you need to take to get there –do you need new skills, qualifications, experience?

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