Personal and Group-based
TO SUPPORT YOUR
CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH
PERSONAL & GROUP-BASED CAREER GUIDANCE SERVICES
Whether you are just starting out, seeking a new job or career change, facing redundancy, or returning to work after a break, career guidance and coaching can help you to move forward. I can offer a one-off session or career coaching programme, dependent on your needs.
Find out more and book here.
Sunrise Career Guidance offers personal and group-based career guidance services to help secondary schools meet Gatsby Benchmarks 3, 4, and 8.
Find out more about our personal career guidance meetings and group-based workshops here.
Sunrise Career Guidance also offers personal and group-based career guidance services through charities and community groups.
Find out more about the personal career guidance services and career learning and development (CLD) programmes on offer here.
I’m Lis McGuire, a registered career development professional (RCDP) and the founder of Sunrise Career Guidance.
My mission is to help people to feel confident, optimistic, and excited about their career.
I do this by offering personal and group-based career guidance to help my clients to identify, plan, and take positive next steps.
Personal Career Guidance Testimonial, June 2020
Client feedback from a 49-year-old, retiring Police Sergeant
“Lis took me on a journey of exploration, through 1-2-1 phone meetings, email conversations and even being flexible in her approach to arrange a 1-2-1, Covid-19 social distanced meeting. The meetings have proven to be priceless.”
PERSONAL CAREER GUIDANCE CAN HELP YOU TO…
Unlock, explore, and review your career ideas
Identify career goals that align with your skills, qualities, interests, and values
Discuss any limiting assumptions that may be impacting your career choices
Evaluate any skills gaps and make realistic plans to deal with them
Identify and address your career information needs
Find and access relevant sources of labour market information (LMI)
Make confident, well-informed, and realistic career decisions
Want to know more?
Read more about personal career guidance on the blog.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Find out what to expect from your personal career guidance meeting, how to prepare, and more.
PERSONAL CAREER GUIDANCE
Your personal career guidance meeting is a confidential, impartial, and non-judgemental space for you to explore and review your career options.
LMI FOR ALL
Use LMI For All’s Careerometer tool (below) to research and contrast information (salary, working hours, future employment prospects) for selected jobs.
Type in the job title of the role you’d like to explore and select a relevant option from the dropdown list. You can pick two more occupations to compare and contrast or select ‘display the UK average’ as another comparative data point.
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