Career coaching in Groningen and online

Do you want to start out on the right path to a meaningful and happy job? It’s important to enjoy what you are doing and the good news is that it’s easier to achieve (work) enjoyment than most people think! Ultimately it’s about making careful and conscious decisions based on your strengths, desires, values and life experiences.

Who is Happy@work?

“You help me to help myself” – this is how Truus, an enthusiastic client, describes what her experience with H@W did for her.

Career coach
After completing a reorientation program with a career counselor, I was so impressed that I decided I wanted to be a career coach myself. It was rewarding and surprisingly fun! Now I’m doing what I’m good at and what makes me happy: supporting those looking for help in becoming aware of who they are, what they can do and what they want, so that they can realize their wishes and achieve their goals. My commitment is to help people who, like me, also want to be happy with what they do!


Bernadett helped me get more insight into what my talents are and what I want. I now look very differently at my life and want to make something beautiful out of it.
Anahita, 38
Bernadett’s strength is her enthusiasm and her listening ear. She knows how to help you learn more about yourself through thought-provoking questions as well as assignments and exercises.
Eva, 32
Creative Organizer in Culture and Recreation
What am I going to do after retirement? How will my identify change? What are my new prospects? Bernadett helped me find answers to these questions as well as rediscover and reinvent myself.
Truus, 62
Policy officer at an academic hospital
More self-knowledge, self-confidence, a lot of fun, a new job and the courage to pursue my dreams – this is what I gained from this program. I now dare to look at my dreams as attainable realities.
Vera, 28
Internal Supervisor in Education

Diversity statement
Happy@Work treats people with respect. We see our core values of entitlement, inclusiveness and equality as a joint responsibility of society. H@W does not discriminate based on age, sex, sexual orientation, level of education, work limitations, religion, ethnicity or culture.