Many of us have experienced downfalls during our careers that made us even question if we have made the right choice. These kinds of feelings can even lead to a burnout. The Kunaka Coaching approach is about the whole person, not just a part, and will help you find the right direction for your career.
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What makes Dexter stand out from other coaches is his personal experience. Growing up in multicultural areas of East London and Essex raised Dexter into a young man who was resilient and curious about the world and people. Later in life, he decided to get a Psychology degree, and now he has over 10 years of experience in various professional roles including Pastoral School Support, Family Intervention and Key-working, Project Management, Consultancy and Career Development.
In his life, Dexter did struggle to adjust to a new environment, a new culture, and a different way of life. He was feeling stuck, but therapy made him realize that he was experiencing anxiety, moderate depression, and panic attacks. This made Dexter realize what a powerful tool coaching can be, so that maybe one day he can do the same for others, offering them the opportunity to create the life and career that they love.
Your job should give you meaning and purpose each day. Many people in their 30s and 40s are experiencing the same feelings you do, especially since the pandemic, but you have the opportunity to take a step in a new direction. Make an appointment with Career Development Coach Dexter Kunaka so that he can try to understand you as a whole person, holistically and authentically.
Dexter stands for the motto that “You are the expert of your life!” but he adds that we should always stay open to something new since it could transform our lives!
If you would like to know more about Dexter Kunaka and his practice, visit the following link: https://www.kunakacoaching.com
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