Are you leaving or changing your job?

You’ve lined up a drink with colleagues and focused your energies on the role you are moving into. But is this enough?

We take all the work roles and experiences we’ve had into our new job.  So how we close one chapter in our lives impacts on how we perform in our next chapter.

Now is the time to take an Exit Walk to reflect on the role you’ve had, where you are at and where you are going. Say goodbye properly to be ready for your next role and the adventures ahead.


How can an Exit Walk benefit you?

  • Start your new role with a spring in your step
  • Be aware of how you work ready to keep what works for you and start new work habits
  • Acknowledge the successes and challenges you may have encountered so that you can build on your strengths and leave behind the difficulties
  • Have a positive relationship with colleagues you’re leaving behind

How does the Exit Walk work?

Prepare yourself for your next role or work adventure by joining Anise for a 90 minute personalised coaching walk near to the workplace you are leaving.

We will plot a route together and reflect on your time in this role, your transition into the role and your next move.

You will leave feeling energised and positive about the changes ahead.


for a 90 minute walk

"What better way to take time out to reflect than walking with Anise in a beautiful park on an Autumn morning with leaves falling, dogs playing, and squirrels being overly friendly looking for food. It's rare that we find time to take opportunities such as this to focus on ourselves, but to do so in this sort of environment makes the experience so much more meaningful.
Thank you Anise, your unique approach to coaching is refreshing in so many ways."
"The experience put a nice bow on my time in this job. If I hadn't done the Exit Walk I don't think I would have thought about the totality of my time here and what it meant to me (both positively and why I was moving on). And it was both very sad and very freeing to really think about it and have objective questions asked to help me frame that experience. This subsequently, made me think more about what it is I want to get out of my next job experience."

Why Coaching while Walking?

Walking alone has over a hundred physical and mental health benefits.  It also improves thinking and creativity.  

By walking we can have a digital detox and get out of our usual work place. 

Walking while coaching creates a supportive space and gives an exciting sense of possibility.

It helps you to think in new ways, move through blockages and connect with the environment and people around you.