Christine Lees - Life Coach
Redundancy Life Coaching
Ealing, Chiswick, Richmond - West London UK


You have worked your entire life in the same career and things are changing all around you.  Rumours are spreading through work like wildfire that redundancy and early retirement options will be coming in the near future.

Suddenly you are facing relationship, family, financial and health issues that you had never considered before. 

You are the employer in the middle of a redundancy period. 

This situation is clearly different for the individuals and their employers, the point remains; each is effected in some way. Redundancy life coaching can be carried out with managers, with remaining individuals or teams, or with departing individuals.

Redundancy coaching for employers helps to train individuals and teams to become more effective managers. Coaching helps employers develop cohesive employee relationships, enhance employee communication and practice effective group and social skills.

Training also provides ways to cope with the effects that this transitional period will have on the remaining employees.

Coaching provides employers with the tools to:

  • Make clear and precise decisions that will benefit the future of the company.
  • Help employers focus on making the transition period as positive of an experience that it can for all employees. 
  • Help employers deal with the hard decisions they have had to make and the effects that is has had on friends and family.
  • They will learn techniques to take the emotional involvement out of decision making.
  • They will learn how to re-establish teams to work to new goals

Redundancy coaching for individuals helps employees to deal with the personal and financial effects of early retirement and forced lay offs. 

Coaching provides employees with the tools to:

  • Consider new career options and directions.
  • Transfer experience and skills to other career paths.
  • Make a fresh start through education and skill assessment.

Redundancy coaching will help both individuals and employers to set and achieve new goals.  In doing so, they will begin to view change as an opportunity for self improvement and future growth potential.  There is an old saying that goes something like “when life gives you lemons - make lemonade.” 

Losing a job is a difficult situation for everyone involved, however, it is a well known fact that sometimes when one door closes another one opens up. 

If you do not take a chance and walk through it, how will you know what is inside?  A redundancy life coach literally helps guide you through the doorway.


Personal and Professional Life Coach specialising in redundancy life coaching and retirement - Chiswick, Richmond Upon Thames, Ealing, West London UK

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