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Why invest in career coaching with us

Blooms Coaching, run by Sian Morgan, has a track record of helping professionals make significant change in their working lives, achieved through a combination of career coaching and mentoring.
Sian is an experienced ICF accredited career coach, in-house recruiter and senior HR professional, so well-equipped to support you in achieving your career goals one step at a time.

Having worked as a senior HR professional and coach in a variety of different organisations for over twenty years, Sian has successfully supported professionals from a variety of backgrounds to drive change in their working lives.
Sian understands how organisations (and the leaders within them) work and through coaching and mentoring, can help you achieve your career goals. 

What topics have previous clients sought career coaching on?

Example areas previous clients have focused on include:

  • Improving leadership or management capability

  • Enhancing personal impact and self-awareness at work

  • Identifying strategies for promotion

  • Working through challenging or difficult situations 

  • Managing office politics

  • Finding a suitable career role after a period out of the job market

  • Exploring alternative career options

Book a free 15 minute consultation to find out more.


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IT Project Manager, London

"I started working with Sian when I was experiencing some difficulties with an employee, caused by a situation beyond my control. At the time, I was unsure how to proceed as I felt the situation was high risk and I felt stuck and exposed. As a result, I was feeling quite a lot of anxiety about the situation and felt unsure what to do. 

Sian's background in HR was really helpful in giving me context to the situation - she was also able to coach me through it and guided me to make the right choices to resolve the situation as painlessly as possible. Without Sian's coaching, I don't think I would have been able to find such a satisfactory resolution."