The Career Change Guide

The Career Change Guide

Five Steps to Finding Your Dream Job


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what you really want from work with this empowering, practical guide to redesigning your career from expert career coach Rachel Schofield

Does it sneak up on you on holiday when your mind finally has time to wander? After a bad day in the office where your ideas have gone unnoticed? We all have days when we idly dream of a new life. But this is different.

The Career Change Guide is designed to take you from the confusion and indecision that stops you doing anything, to a clearer picture of the kind of work and life you want, with concrete steps to make it a reality.

Get your brain into gear and equip yourself with the tools to become a committed career redesigner. Reflect on your greatest strengths and skills to identify what motivates you, and learn how to. . .

- Get clarity on who you are and the kind of work and life you want
- Fully explore all your career options
- Tackle self-doubt and build confidence
- Design a concrete action plan

It will take you on a structured five step journey - Preparing- Reflecting - Imagining & Designing - Taking Action - Keeping Going - to lead you to the job of your dreams. So enough procrastination... are you doing this, or aren't you?

© 2023 Rachel Schofield (P)2023 Penguin Audio


  • Rachel Schofield's book is hitting the zeitgeist perfectly, offering a doable plan to make changes that'll stick. From retraining your brain and making a move from your current safe space to actively detailing how you'd like your new job to look, this is the only book you need to take the leap

About the author

Rachel Schofield

Rachel Schofield is a qualified personal development and career coach and a former journalist. She worked for the BBC for over twenty years including reporting for Radio 4's 'Woman's Hour' and presenting on the BBC News Channel before making her own career pivot into coaching.

Connecting her journalism and her coaching is a deep curiosity for people and their stories and a desire to effect change. She supports clients from senior leaders to women returners to get unstuck, take action, and reshape their working lives.

She lives in London with her husband and two teenage daughters. The Career Change Guide is her first book.
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