Become A Career Change Maker
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR CAREER, LOVE THE WORK YOU DO.
What if you could truly love the work that you do, instead of pretending that you do?
The fact that you’re here tells me you’re probably feeling stuck and struggling to figure out the best next step for your career. Should you continue the work you were trained to do or should you change career direction?
If you’re like many of the awesome women I work with, you’re tired of showing up at work each day feeling bored and unfulfilled -you want to do work that matters. You hear friends talking about finding dream roles, but you have no idea if that’s even possible for you. You’re ready to lean into your brilliance and do work that you care about, so you can make a real impact in the world.
What happens next is a little foggy. I can relate.
When I was eight years old, I wanted to make a difference in the world.
Being a lawyer looked like a great option. I studied hard, went to law school and trained as a corporate lawyer. Shortly before qualifying, I went on a mission trip to East Africa. It was an amazing, life-changing experience. I had the opportunity to educate innocent prisoners on their rights, train local villagers about child protection rights and review new legislation. Our mission was to support those who did not have access to justice.
When I returned to my corporate lawyer role, something was missing. I’d just been making a huge impact on the lives of others and now I was pouring over documents late into the evening on a million-pound deal. I knew then that I needed to be doing something to help people on a more personal level.
Following a journey of discovery, I found the world of coaching. I trained for my coaching certification alongside my legal career. I continued to work as a lawyer and worked with coaching clients in my spare time. When I was on maternity leave with my son, I realised that going back to those 16-hour days was not an option and struggled to figure out the best next step for me. I had changed and wanted to work in a way that worked for my family. I made a tough decision and broke free of law firm life.
There began my portfolio career, where I work as an in-house lawyer and a coach for high-achieving women.
I help women to get unstuck and find work that is right for them.
There are many professional women who feel stuck with their career options. I help them to kickstart their careers and work in a way that fully aligns with their strengths and passions.
Finding fulfilling rewarding work can feel like a real challenge. I blend my expertise as a career and executive coach with my experience as a professional working women to guide clients through a simple and impactful process to loving work and life.
The Career Fulfilment Framework™ in my signature method that will take you from overwhelmed and confused to energised and focused.
You’ll uncover the type of role that would have you jumping out of bed in the morning and how to strategically position yourself to attract dream opportunities.
No more searching for career change ideas on Google or Pinterest. No more worrying about what you should be doing with your career and actually learn into what is right for you.
If you’re ready to get started down the path of finding work you love, I invite you to book a call. Simply click the button below.
Janine Esbrand, MAC
Founder, LightBox Coaching
Janine Esbrand is the founder of LightBox Coaching. She helps ambitious women to design and launch their dream careers or businesses beyond motherhood through individual coaching, her membership community and her weekly podcast. Janine Esbrand studied for her LLB law degree at City University in London, before spending a year working at a law firm in New York. Upon her return to the UK, she completed her legal training and qualified as a corporate lawyer.
Alongside her legal career, Janine trained as a career and executive coach and is a member of the Association for Coaching. When she is not coaching or practising law, Janine can be found spending time with her husband and two young children, playing netball or travelling.