A Career Change.


A Career Change.

If you’ve got a clear picture of your ideal role, but you aren’t sure how to plan an effective transition and make your career goal a reality, this is designed for you.

My REALISE programme provides a structured framework and hands-on support to help you target and materialise the fulfilling career change you desire.

Whether it’s a complete overhaul or an industry or role side-step, I provide clear-cut support to help you plan the right course of action, remove barriers and accurately position your skills and experience for a successful transition.

Through a mix of personal 1:1 coaching, practical tools and templates, and hands-on writing support, I show you how to overcome the obstacles, set a clear course, pitch yourself in the most compelling way and build sustained momentum to realise your goal. 

Great ready to power forward and effect the feel-good career change you want to make.

Programme Overview

Following an assessment of your situation and ideal career goal, your coaching programme is tailored to your specific needs to help you successfully make the transition.

Programme elements often include:

Transition planning

Mental agility to support your career change

Position your skills and experience


In a nutshell

You get 8 hours of personal support from me, split between coaching sessions, detailed supporting notes, tailored templates, and hands-on writing and design support.

We will agree the mix based on your unique needs, to help you plan, activate and achieve an effective career change.


Programme fee is £1,500.

Payment plans are also available in 3, 6 or 12 month installments if you’d like to spread the cost.

Ready to chart your course and take action?

Case study examples

Natasha Holloway

Whilst remaining in marketing, identified and pivoted to an entirely different role, maximising her skills, passions and knowledge

Jeremy Jackson

Following 32 years in IT, transitioned to the third sector and became a director of a children’s hospice, realising the lifestyle he’d always dreamed of

Scott Walker

After several years in journalism, made a successful switch to editorial management covering commercial, marketing and partnerships, playing to his innate strengths and interests

Why should you consider signing up for my REALISE programme?

1.  Because it’s tailored to your specific requirements.

I tailor the programme components, and the tools and templates we use to your specific needs. Whichever type of support helps you build the fastest and most effective momentum is where we focus our time and energy and my hands-on input. I’ll help you identify the right personal route to your desired career change, and design your programme to match, setting you up for accelerated progress and success.   

2.  Because it’s enlightening and inspiring.

This is all about helping you move into meaningful, fulfilling, enjoyable work. I actively show you how to turn your dream into a reality. We bust myths, remove roadblocks, create a plan, cleverly present your skills and experience, and get you moving. Not only is it exciting, but it’s also a fun-filled, engaging and confidence-boosting ride.

3.  Because it works.

This process is tried and tested. It utilises the blueprint I’ve proved and used to help countless people target and achieve a successful career change.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I’m not sure what my ideal career is?

My DISCOVER programme is designed for you. Check out the details here.

I want a complete career change but is it really possible to achieve?

Yes. Once you have a clear idea of the right career path to pursue it’s simply a matter of mapping a specific plan to it and taking action in a timeframe that suits you and your personal circumstances. I’ve helped people make huge career shifts into completely different fields successfully, including from IT to the charity sector; from marketing to teaching; from the legal sector to sailing; from PR to health coaching; and from communications to hospitality. If you’re committed to it, it’s absolutely possible. 

I’m not sure I can afford to start again?

Firstly, there’s no guarantee that you’d have to start again. Not every career change means you’d be starting over. Transferable skills and life experience often have a big impact on where you begin, and how quickly you can increase your income. I’ll help you work out where you stand on this.

Secondly, I ensure all my clients make a transition in a timeframe that suits their personal circumstances, so you never have to risk financial security. I help you determine the right transition plan, so you can build momentum towards your career goal at a pace that suits your needs.

Thirdly, when you’re engaged in work you love that reflects who you are and what you can most ably offer, you are much more likely to be successful, which increases your earning potential in the long run. 

How do you determine what type of support I need?

Before we get started, we’ll do a 30-minute background call, plus I’ll send you a questionnaire to fill out, so we can scope out what stage you are at, where you want to get to, what’s currently missing, and where you feel underconfident, unsure or in the dark. I’ll then design a programme with key components that match your needs, which we’ll discuss and agree before our first coaching session.

How do you re-position my skills and experience to support a career change?

I had a 20-year career in PR and communications, which means I genuinely know how to create and communicate information in a coherent and compelling way. Writing and designing persuasive content is second nature to me, so I’m adept at translating skills and experience to match target careers, even if they seem diametrically opposed. 

Am I too old to make a change?

If you’re alive, and driven to seek fulfilling work, then you’re not too old! A large proportion of my clients are in their 40s and 50s and have successfully identified and changed their careers. Check out these case studies and testimonials for inspiration.

Won’t I be throwing away years of experience and know-how?

Not at all. Whatever your career background, certain skills, experience and contacts you’ve amassed will have a part to play in helping you work towards and effect your career change. Nothing is ever lost and more than you think is transferable. My own personal story is a great example of how this works in practice.

Ready to realise your career change?