How to find the right career path for you out of law
We offer a six session career change and career advancement coaching programme based on Tessa’s established career coaching model set out in her published book ‘The Tea Model: Slowing down in a fast-paced world to find the career you love’. This programme will help you to achieve a career path best suited to your personality.
You may be:
- Seeking a career change or career development.
- Returning to work after a break or facing redundancy.
- Seeking a work-life balance.
- Wishing to create a portfolio career.
You will gain:
- Intensive assessment of sellable skills, interests and values.
- Guided decision-making and identification of ‘best fit’ career.
- A career development plan to fulfil your career aspirations.
- Strategic job hunting techniques including networking skills, CV’s and interview technique.
Tessa’s career change and career advancement programme (The Tea Model) is structured in three stages:
- TIME TO THINK
Understanding who you are and what you want from your career.
- TIME TO EXPLORE
Identifying and exploring suitable career options and job ideas.
- TIME TO ACT
Creating a plan of action to achieve your chosen career path.
Take positive action now by taking advantage of Tessa’s fresh and unique approach to career coaching.
‘Thank you so much for your support and advice during my career transition. Although I already had a hunch that I would enjoy teaching when I had my first coaching session with you, I feel I couldn’t have made the break away from my legal career and made my first successful steps in my new career in teaching without adopting the creative and positive focus you inspire. I feel that I have broken down the ties that bind and am now feeling very liberated. I am now in control of where I want my working life to take me, which is a result of your insight and excellent guidance throughout the series of our six coaching sessions. You helped me to connect with what is really important to me and allowed me to move confidently towards a more fulfilling and rewarding career.’
Joanne Leach, September 2010