Transition into a fulfilling new life & career

Life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change

Are you no longer motivated in your current job? Feeling unclear about what’s next for you? Looking to shape your career, within or outside your organization, but not sure how to go about it?

Well here’s some news: it doesn’t have to be that way!

First and foremost, there’s nothing wrong with this. In fact, most of us experience our professional life in the form of cycles: while the High’s are where we feel in line with what we’re doing and who we are, the Low’s are the times where we need to reflect on where we are, and where we want to go.

And I can help you take charge of your life and career again, so it can match with who you truly are, and live your potential fully, and in a fulfilling way.

How does it work?

As we embark on this life & career transition journey together, we will articulate what your deep motivation is, identify areas and careers where you could express them most, test out some of those ideas, and plan for the transition – including, how to make it work pragmatically and financially!

This approach is quite unique, as it leverages tools and practices that range from traditional coaching to design thinking.

And this approach keeps you at the center of it, what makes you so unique, but also the reality that is yours. For example, a life change does not necessarily involve dropping everything, and moving to another part of the planet: it can as well be simply bringing small yet purposeful changes to your current life.

Who could benefit from this?

  • Professionals looking to [re]shape and boost their career, inside or outside their organization,
  • Professionals looking to change job and career, but unclear of what to do,
  • You … feeling you’re not your happiest self, yet still looking for what to do about it.

Does anything sound familiar to you?

Last … What’s my experience related to life and career change?

I came from a non-traditional background (engineer with no marketing nor MBA degree), and evolved (and rapidly, please!) in a multi-national, MBA-hungry and very structured organization. I realized quickly that I didn’t fit in any of their boxes, and that I would need to take charge of my future and ask very proactively for my next roles, if I ever wanted to be considered. Good for me, it worked for a while.

But there’s more to it.

I also finally came to the realization that, after more than 12 years of corporate career, working as an Innovation & Marketing expert and Executive Business Leader for the biggest Consumer Product Goods Company, I had ended up feeling disconnected to myself. I wasn’t fulfilled anymore: it was time for a change in my life.

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If you want to learn more about my journey, check out my blog post When a change in your life is inevitable