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Career & Interview Coaching

About Me

Hi, my name is Leah Lambart and I am a Melbourne-based Career & Interview Coach.  As an experienced career-changer myself, I am passionate about helping my clients find a career that is personally meaningful, yet still pays the bills. I will work closely with you to help you get clarity about what work tasks and work environment are going to be the best fit and help you determine the career options that will best suit your personality, interests and values. I will also provide you with a practical action plan so you can validate and test your career ideas in the real world.

From 17+ years’ experience working in Melbourne in recruitment, human resources and as a career practitioner, I have an in-depth understanding of the recruitment process and will teach you to ‘think like a recruiter’.  I am very passionate about helping my clients navigate the job search market and ensuring that they present themselves at interview at their absolute best.  My goal is to help you unlock your career potential and to find work that doesn’t feel so much like ‘work’!

About My Services

There are many stages associated with career change and finding a new job. Relaunch Me offers a range of services to assist you with each step in the process including Career Counselling, Career Coaching, Job Search Coaching, LinkedIn CoachingInterview Coaching and Resume, Cover Letter, Key Selection Criteria and LinkedIn Profile Writing.

Relaunch Me also offers Return to Work programs for mums, dads or carers who need assistance returning to work after a long absence.  The Return to Work Program is a 4 x session package that will get your clear on what you want to do and the strategies and tools to make it happen.

From time to time we also run Relaunch Your Career Bootcamps in Malvern, Melbourne for women looking for an intensive return to work program involving two full days. Contact me if you would like to be waitlisted for the next bootcamp.

Relaunch Me also offers Outplacement / Career Transition Programs to individuals who have been made redundant. These programs are tailored to the individual and may include Career Counselling, Job Search Coaching, Resume & Cover Letter Coaching, LinkedIn Coaching and Interview Coaching.

Face-to-face consultations are conducted from consulting rooms in Malvern, Melbourne VIC 3144.

I also coach many clients from Melbourne, regional Victoria/NSW/QLD/WA, interstate and overseas via Skype or Phone Consultation.

The Latest From My Blog

See my latest blog posts

The 8 things you should be doing on your career break to stay current

Returning to work after a career break can be completely daunting.  However, there are key steps that you can take to ensure that your return to work is less stressful. I recently had a great career discussion with a client, Rachel, who had been on a substantial career break of more than 10 years.  Rachel is the mum of three children with her youngest starting school in 2019, freeing her up to “relaunch” her own …

What should you resume look like in 2018?

As the job market has become more competitive, having a compelling and modern resume has never been more important. To give yourself the best chance of securing an interview, I believe there are a four critical points your modern resume should adhere to: Crisp writing and succinctness - needless words and phrases do nothing but distract and overwhelm your readers Beautiful formatting - use a clean, modern design and choose a sleek font Perfect grammar …

Whatever you do - don't put this on your resume!

I had the opportunity to contribute to an article this week for the Lucid Recruitment website about the do's and don'ts when it comes to resume writing. As an ex-recruiter myself I am pretty harsh when it comes to reviewing resumes and I don't hold back when giving clients feedback on both their resume content and format.  Sometimes the smallest things can turn a recruiter off and leave you destined for the dreaded 'no' pile. Recruiters …