Why are you unhappy at work?

You are burnt out or dread going to work

You are lacking confidence to make the next move

Your work life balance sucks

You think there is no room for advancement

Why are you unhappy at work?

You are burnt out or dread going to work

You are lacking confidence to make the next move

Your work life balance sucks

You think there is no room for advancement

Start your 14-day free trial to get

2 min quiz to set your first goal

3 bite-sized tasks every week

Ongoing progress tracking

Weekly check-ins with peers

Start now

No credit card required | No obligation | £29 / month after the free trial

Start your 14-day free trial to get

2 min quiz to set your first goal

3 bite-sized tasks every week

Ongoing progress tracking

Weekly check-ins with peers

Start now

No credit card required | No obligation | £29 / month after the free trial

Does it really work?

It’s not rocket science. It’s neuroscience.

Proven method

Self-coaching results are comparable to 1:1 coaching – 98% on the self-efficacy dimension

Positive habit loop

Bite-sized tasks and small wins yield the dopamine to keep your motivation going

5A model

The programme consists of 5 stages: awareness, ambition, alignment, action and appreciation

Does it really work?

It’s not rocket science. It’s neuroscience.

Proven method

Self-coaching results are comparable to 1:1 coaching – 98% on the self-efficacy dimension

Positive habit loop

Bite-sized tasks and small wins yield the dopamine to keep your motivation going

5A model

The programme consists of 5 stages: awareness, ambition, alignment, action and appreciation

Success stories

I was moving to the UK from Israel and didn’t know how to start getting my career back on track. It wasn’t my first international move but I was still feeling lost. Wojo tips helped me overcome the fear to reach out to new people here. The coaching session also helped me see through the imposter syndrome and appreciate how much I had to offer. I soon put together a portfolio of projects that allowed me to capitalise on my background while learning new things.

Arthur
from Israel to the UK

While studying for an MBA I realised that I wanted to become a Product Manager but I didn’t know where to start. I signed up for Wojo and realised that to become a PM I needed to act, theory wasn’t enough. So I took on small projects to build up my product portfolio – it helped me get a Product Manager role. I also met fellow aspiring and experienced product people. This supportive tribe kept me going in periods of frustration and is still a great source of inspiration.

Yulia
from Brand Manager to Product Manager

I had been working on financial products for 4 years when I started to feel unhappy. I had a good salary, level of responsibility and respect but lack of joy and purpose. The job was very demanding and I felt trapped – too tired to look for a new job, too demotivated to stay. Wojo exercises helped me break this loop and navigate my way out of the burnout. It enabled me to see my competitive angle and get an offer in a tech company.

Sergey
from Finance to Tech

While searching for my first UK job (and my first Product Manager role) I attended several Wojo workshops. They covered topics like how to prepare your CV and highlight your transferable skills. I met a lot of people in the same situation as myself, we shared stories and tips with each other, and it helped me stop being afraid and start making the first steps towards my goal. After a few months from signing up to Wojo I secured my first London job – a Product Intern role.

Julia
from Russia to the UK

I came to Wojo after deciding to stop working on my own startup. I felt ready to go back to full-time employment but wanted to move into a different field. The job search wasn’t progressing as well as I’d expected and I felt I was lacking focus. Wojo's coaching session helped me identify more structure to my career goals and identified qualifications to study. I felt a lot more confident afterwards.

Alim
from Entrepreneur to Product Manager

Success stories

I was moving to the UK from Israel and didn’t know how to start getting my career back on track. It wasn’t my first international move but I was still feeling lost. Wojo tips helped me overcome the fear to reach out to new people here. The coaching session also helped me see through the imposter syndrome and appreciate how much I had to offer. I soon put together a portfolio of projects that allowed me to capitalise on my background while learning new things.

Arthur
from Israel to the UK

While studying for an MBA I realised that I wanted to become a Product Manager but I didn’t know where to start. I signed up for Wojo and realised that to become a PM I needed to act, theory wasn’t enough. So I took on small projects to build up my product portfolio – it helped me get a Product Manager role. I also met fellow aspiring and experienced product people. This supportive tribe kept me going in periods of frustration and is still a great source of inspiration.

Yulia
from Brand Manager to Product Manager

I had been working on financial products for 4 years when I started to feel unhappy. I had a good salary, level of responsibility and respect but lack of joy and purpose. The job was very demanding and I felt trapped – too tired to look for a new job, too demotivated to stay. Wojo exercises helped me break this loop and navigate my way out of the burnout. It enabled me to see my competitive angle and get an offer in a tech company.

Sergey
from Finance to Tech

While searching for my first UK job (and my first Product Manager role) I attended several Wojo workshops. They covered topics like how to prepare your CV and highlight your transferable skills. I met a lot of people in the same situation as myself, we shared stories and tips with each other, and it helped me stop being afraid and start making the first steps towards my goal. After a few months from signing up to Wojo I secured my first London job – a Product Intern role.

Julia
from Russia to the UK

I came to Wojo after deciding to stop working on my own start up. I felt ready to go back to full-time employment but wanted to move into a different field. The job search wasn’t progressing as well as I’d expected and I felt I was lacking focus. Wojo’s coaching session helped me identify more structure to my career goals and identified qualifications to study. I felt a lot more confident afterwards.

Alim
from Entrepreneur to Product Manager

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