Quarterlife Crisis Career Coaching

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As individuals progress in their careers and lives, their values and aspirations often change. There is a growing desire to move from city heights to community roots, with an underlying passion to make a difference as well as earn an income.

The Quarterlife Career Crisis programme helps talented individuals aged 25-35 transition from the corporate sector to the third sector, with the ambition of gaining a more meaningful career or setting up on their own.

Our Service

The QCC programme helps clients rediscover their passions, explore their transferrable skills and understand the differences between the corporate and third sector. The programme provides individuals with:

  • One to one coaching
  • Group coaching
  • An extensive support network
  • Introductions to third sector organisations
  • Job search guidance

Our Quarterlife Career Crisis programme boosts confidence, supporting individuals create a vision, define their career goals and create an action plan to achieve them.

Our Clients

We work with people aged 25 to 35 with outwardly successful corporate careers but who feel unfulfilled and want to give back to their community/society. The individuals will be private paying clients.

  • Increased confidence to transfer into the third sector/social enterprise
  • Clear career goals of how to get there
  • Personal action plan to achieve their ambitions
  • Excellent connections to third sector organisations and social enterprises
  • A support network of other QCC transitioners
What our clients say

" Actions I am taking away  from the QCC workshop - to re-set my goals, freshen and re-visit my values and keep learning. I enjoyed the visualisations and listening to others and their wisdom", Judith

"I am taking away delving more into my own values and setting SMART goals for the coming weeks. I felt it was an empowering evening, thank you. (I feel better already)", Stephanie

"It was good to set aside time to view my career involving other people and I realised that I need to focus to get to where I want", Katherine