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Glass Half Full Career Coaching

An optimistic and action-oriented approach to your career development

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Effective career coaching enables you to make confident and informed decisions about your future.

Let us show you how 

About Glass Half Full Career Coaching and Anna Lynch

As a dedicated and experienced career consultant and coach, facilitator, and course creator, Anna founded GHF (Glass Half Full) Career Coaching to provide personalised, effective and affordable career guidance to people of all ages to enable them to make make informed and confident career decisions.


As a mother of four children,  Anna understands the critical importance of young people receiving accurate and timely career guidance to navigate life after school and recognised that there was a huge gap between what is needed and what is provided through the education system.  Hence, helping young people, and their parents, successfully navigate life after school is an important part of the work done by Anna and her team. 

The mission of Glass Half Full Career Coaching is to help create a fearless future by empowering individuals to take ownership of their career journey and gain the skills, awareness and knowledge to confidently transition from where they are now to where they would like to be. 

Qualifications & Experience

  • Graduate Certificate in Career Education and Development (RMIT)

  • Bachelor of Arts - extended major in Psychology (UNE)

  • Experienced Career Practitioner, program designed and facilitator

  • Currently Careers Services Manager in a leading Sydney University

  • Volunteer Career Coach for Dress for Success (enhancing employability for disadvantaged women)

  • Voluntary Facilitator of health and wellbeing workshops over 10 years - NSW Cancer Council

  • Lifeline Crisis Support Volunteer (during Covid)

  • Dare to Lead Leadership Certification (2022)



  • Professional member of CDAA (Career Development Association of Australia)

  • NAGCAS (Australia's peak body for higher and tertiary education)

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