Bristol based, The Daemon Career Coach enables you to close the gap between what you think you can do and what you can REALLY achieve in your professional world.
Rebecca moves fluidly between the techniques of coaching, clinical supervision & organisational facilitation, to enable you to secure the right role, within a professional environment that works well for you.
Purposeful Professional Development.
Why Would you need a career coach? The ‘options’ we chose in our teens are mostly redundant as we change and grow as adults. The economic climate means that most sectors are riddled with cuts and redundancies and people are either are either doing two jobs, or have been left with no job at all. Thus we are left with “The Portfolio Career”, the career path that we manage ourselves. Juggling financial responsibilities with the loss of a job, or, managing deep job-dissatisfaction begins to take its toll. Change requires courage and the alignment of heart and mind, only then can you can achieve exactly what you want.
The good news is that you do not need to face this challenge alone.
We shall …..
…..harness your core values, your transferable skills, your courage and all your experience. We will work together to identify your new career path. Together we will plot your route map so you know how to make your career choices become real.
“As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.
As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”
“Think you know yourself? Try coaching and find out just how much you know about who you are and what you can do.
You will be surprised in the most magnificent way!”
Q’ Sam W February 2016
Introductory Coaching Session only £35
Prices after this are entirely dependent on meeting your unique coaching needs.
Situated in the South West Rebecca Hartnell can work UK wide and internationally via telephone or skype.
“Possible Selves and Career Transition: It’s who you want to be, not what you want to do.”
Plimmer & Schmidt 2007