working with a disability

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Having a disability can, at times, make you feel isolated in the workplace. This can have an effect on your productivity, self-esteem and confidence. Often as an employee, it is difficult to know who to turn to, and it can also be very difficult for employers to also know what to do, where to begin and what solutions are available. Here at Straight Talk Career Coaching and Consultancy, we understand the impact that this can have overall on your general well–being and mental health.

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We have experience of working extensively with clients who have a range of disabilities. This includes work as part of a specialist team supporting clients in education, work and training to remove barriers they are facing and improve their outcomes.  

We can help equip you with the skills and techniques you need to succeed in the workplace such as:
  •  Confidence to discuss any adaptations or additional needs with an employer
  • Techniques for communicating with colleagues 
  • Identifying the barriers you face in the workplace

Use the contact button below to get in touch and book a free introductory session to discuss your needs. 


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"I would highly recommend Straight Talk Coaching Consultancy and its founder Elizabeth Harding-Massey. Elizabeth worked with me on a one to one basis, helping and guiding me through the options of a career change and also assisting with updating my CV. I found the process very easy, Elizabeth was professional. She made me feel at ease in her approach making sure that I was comfortable and understood everything as we went along. Elizabeth clearly explained her role and I felt reassured that I was in very capable hands. She gave me the time I needed to process what was being said and I was free to ask questions I was unsure about. I would certainly recommend her to any future clients thinking of having career or work related coaching"
Beth Gordon