Leadership Academy

Register for Looking After Your Career and Book your first session

Welcome to Looking After Your Career for primary care staff: individual coaching about you and your career.

If you are thinking about your career and what you want from your current role, or if you are thinking about exploring new opportunities and making some changes, the coaching is designed to support you to take more control over your career direction and proactively advance it.

If that sounds like the kind of support you need please fill in the details below and continue on to register for a first session. Your coach will work with you following professional code of ethics and your conversations will be confidential.

If you have already registered for one of our coaching offers then please proceed to the pages to make a booking or manage existing bookings. If you already have a session you wish to reschedule, use the link in the email sent to you. If you experience any difficulties with this booking site please contact [email protected]

Thanks for being proactive about the direction your career is taking and choosing to access support.

Our research has shown that using any type of video calling is best if possible.

Select a date on the calendar. You will see available time slots for a coaching session using the communication method you have selected above.

Equality and Diversity

We hold the principles of equality and inclusion at the heart of everything we do and all that we stand for.

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Evaluation Questions

Thinking about your current work and career

I am clear about the kinds of work activities I find interesting and enjoyable

I can articulate my skills and strengths

I can find and use relevant information about career opportunities

I access the support of others in managing my career

I have a clear sense of direction in my career

I know what actions I intend to make about my career

I achieve a good balance between my work life and my home life

I am confident in my ability to plan and manage my own career

I know how to make effective decisions relating to my career

I feel supported by the NHS to develop my career

I feel in control of my choices about my work and career

I am satisfied with the success I have achieved in my career

I am satisfied with the progress I have made towards meeting my career goals

I expect to have a fulfilling career in the NHS

Thinking about you and your work

I have found a meaningful career

I view my work as contributing to my personal growth

My work really makes no difference to the world

I understand how my work contributes to my life’s meaning

I have a good sense of what makes my job meaningful

I know my work makes a positive difference in the world

My work helps me better understand myself

I have discovered work that has a satisfying purpose.

My work helps me make sense of the world around me

The work I do serves a greater purpose

Is your work emotionally exhausting?

Do you feel burnt out because of your work?

Does your work frustrate you?

Do you feel worn out at the end of the working day?

Are you exhausted in the morning at the thought of another day at work?

Do you feel that every working hour is tiring for you?

Do you have enough energy for family and friends during leisure time?

Thinking About Your Career plans and actions

Had a conversation with someone I know well (family, friend, or close colleague) about my career

Extended my career network through my existing contacts, professional organisations, social media etc.

Had a conversation with my line manager, senior manager or someone in HR in my organisation about my career

Accessed other personal support (e.g. for my health and wellbeing)

Researched career information

Made changes in life outside of work

Made changes to my current job content

Gained flexibility in working hours

Gained flexibility in location of work

Increased my portfolio working/career (i.e. moved towards working fewer hours in my current job with other activities)

Made preparations for retirement or moved towards a phased retirement

Changing job, role, or occupation within the NHS

Changing job, role, or occupation outside the NHS