FREE Couch to Career Masterclass

Sign up for our FREE taster event to reignite your career! Had a long break? Not sure what to do next? This is for you

Are you ready to reboot your career? As you look ahead to the next 10 to 15 years, do you find yourself thinking that you have more to offer? Are you thinking about your unfulfilled potential?

Our new Noon Academy course — Couch to Career in Five Weeks — is all about how to find your work path and reignite your career. And in our special FREE Masterclass you can get a taste of the Course as well as practical advice on how to take on career challenges at this point in life, from careers expert Lisa Unwin.

Lives are long and messy. Women’s careers twist and turn. And many women in mid life find themselves with renewed energy and a desire to have more impact and to make a difference.

Having stepped away from full on careers, they find themselves missing the intellectual challenge and camaraderie that come with a job: not to mention the pay packet.

Lisa Unwin is the co-founder of the Reignite Academy and author of She’s Back: Your Guide to Returning To Work. She speaks from the head and the heart, having returned to work after her own six year career break.

Join Lisa on 1 March 2022 at 12:00 for a Couch to Career Masterclass where she will share lessons learnt and talk about the fundamentals you need to succeed.

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