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Case Study

“I had my lightbulb moment.”

Lizzie approached SEVEN – she was looking for a career change and was ready to think about the next chapter in her professional life. Each session with her coach left her feeling excited and intrigued. She found the sessions to be completely tailored to her specific needs and quite flexible. Conversation with her coach was balanced and was adapted…

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Yahoo: How To Cope With Redundancy

Evelyn discusses with Yahoo Finance how losing your job can be one of the most difficult challenges you have to face in life what to look out for if you're made redundant.

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Financial Times: The City Office Where Bankers Cope With Life After Redundancy

As the industry shrinks and investment bankers lose their jobs, companies turn to outplacement firms to help those affected move on. Evelyn talks with Financial Times about life after redundancy and this growing industry trend.

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55% of Londoners Want to Change Their Careers

Our friends over at the London School of Business & Finance sent us the results of their latest study last week and frankly, we weren’t surprised. With 47% of employed people within the UK wanting a career change and a whopping 55% of Londoners wanting to change career, the stats confirm what we hear every day, many people are in ill-fitting professions...

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How to Approach a Career Change

According to career change statistics, the average person will change career five to seven times during their working life. “Timing is everything, because it takes commitment, energy, focus and dedication to make a successful move and you need to be 100% ready to commit yourself to this process,” explains Evelyn Cotter

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Do You Suffer from FOMO: Fear Of Moving On?

It comes upon you like a bank of rolling storm clouds. A murky darkness. A creeping malevolence. At about 7pm every Sunday, you begin your slow descent into a helpless funk, at the depths of which you’ll wallow until 9am the next morning when you grit your teeth, roll your eyes and step through that door. Your friends beg you to make a change...

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What To Do If You Hate Your Job?

Evelyn Cotter our CEO and Life coach talks with Eleanor Jones at Cosmopolitan about what to do if you hate your job.

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Year of the B.H.A.G.

Enter…. year of the BHAG. No, that’s not an elusive Chinese animal symbol you haven’t heard of, it’s an exciting, energising, proven success tool to motivate you, or your team or your organisation, to achieve more than you could ever have imagined! At SEVEN, we’re heralding 2016, year of the BHAG – Big, Hairy, Audacious, Goal!

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SEVEN Contributes to Discovery Channel Curiosity Report

We are very excited to have been a part of the new report by the Discovery Channel, called The Age of Curiosity. Evelyn discussed how curiosity plays a role in careers and career change and is making it more acceptable and common now.

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Stop Getting Pigeon-Holed. 2 Must-Do’s to Change Career!

Getting pigeon-holed is something many of our new clients report when first coming to us for career change coaching. Usually, pigeon-holing happens as a result of using outdated methods, like recruitment companies, to attempt to change career. Recruiters have the approach that you’re only as good as your last role...

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Tips

Interview Tips from the PROs 2

All politicians on the world’s stage have coaches, all sorts of coaches, PR & Media coaches, elocution coaches, image and body language coaches. Our resident interview expert, Career Coach Evelyn Cotter, gives more of her interview tips from the PROs. Today, she’s talking about tips from marketing and politicians alike and how to manage your next interview like a PRO.

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How to Change Career at 30… 7 top tips

Changing your career can be daunting at any stage of life but definitely can feel more and scary the older you get. Finding the courage to make the leap to leave the certainty of what you currently know can be scary. One of our Career Coaches, Sabrina Alam, gives her top tips on how to change career at 30.

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We’re Talking Career Change with Forbes!

Reached a professional plateau? When it’s time for a change, it’s time to take stock. We are delighted to be featured this week on Forbes Middle East, sharing our expertise on career change Forbes for their article, '9 Questions To Ask Yourself About Career Change'.

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Interview Tips from the PROs 1

Springtime signals new beginnings and the same is true of the job market at this time, with a new financial year starting and new business budgets, there’s job opportunities in abundance, putting many people into interview mode. Evelyn is our resident interview expert and takes great satisfaction in helping clients prepare to stand out for all the right reasons.

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Job Search: Target Organisations, Not Just Vacancies

One of the simplest things many people overlook about career coaching and clarifying what they want to do with their career is; that all it’s really about is preference. Knowing your individual preferences. Each and everyone of us has very specific likes and dislikes...

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New role? Guarantee success in your first 90 days!

Starting on the right footing is key to your success in any new role, from graduate right up to executive level. The opportunity in your first 90 days is fantastic in setting a new tone, in shaping your personal brand and how other’s view you and in making strategic alliances.

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Create a Standout CV: Tips from the Pros

CV’s at their most effective, serve as a compelling marketing document, selling who you are professionally and what you can do. At their most basic, they are a chronological report of what you have done, telling not selling. To standout, you’ve got to sell. To sell, you’ve got to get clear on who you are, what you can do and what’s unique about you that’s relevant to your desired role.

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