Claiming my Career Graph
Getting clear on what fulfils you in your work
Welcome to Fired Up Careers
We're all about re-igniting you professionally, whatever it is you do, via leadership training and executive coaching. The thing is, how can you be re-ignited professionally if you don't know what you need to feel, well, lit up, on fire, fulfilled?
This career graph is a simple and easy tool to start the process of understanding what ignites you in your work. Try it and see for yourself how much clarity you gain from reflecting on your past roles.
You might do this exercise and find that none of the roles you have done in the past have hit the high notes for you, that's ok, knowledge is power and this process will start you thinking about what was missing.
Don't forget, if you would like support in re-igniting you professionally, please do get in touch, we'd love to help.
Over 15 years experience working in the drinks industry for companies including Diageo, Pernod Ricard, Greene King Pub Company and Constellation Wines.....do I still have a functioning liver I hear you ask, yes absolutely though I am the person the wine list gets handed to when eating out and I know what I like! I worked mainly on the Marketing side of life and on the whole it was fun. But like most people there were times I was disillusioned, and it was in one of those moments when my heart was telling me (again) I wanted to do something of more value, something that mattered more than wine, that I discovered Coaching.
I trained as a Coach in 2005, specialising in Career Coaching and then I continued to work in the drinks industry, while also starting my own practice on the side. I got married and we moved to Germany (that’s another story) and while there I worked with the military on Career Transition for a number of years and I now work as a Leadership Management trainer for individuals and corporates, as well as having my own practice
Frequently Asked Questions
We hope you found this enlightening and a useful process to go through. Don't forget to keep your list of attributes to hand and to use them regularly. You now know what lights you up in a role, if you're doing something that isn't doing this for you, think about what changes can be made to give you the career you really want.