Career DevelopmentEMPOWER YOUR PROFESSIONAL SELF
How Career Coaching Can HelpCareer Coaching helps you Choose, Manage, Advance, or Change your Career.
Are there jobs out there I might like better than the one I have now?
What other kinds of work can I do, now that I have lost my job?
How can I make my current job more interesting?
Where do I start my career search after college?
How do I re-enter the workforce after staying home as a mom or care-giver?
How could I get paid to the things I do for fun?
How do I position myself for my next promotion?
TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR CAREER AND ACHIEVE YOUR PROFESSIONAL POTENTIAL
Resume | Cover Letter | LinkedIn Profile |Interviewing Prep
Job Search Strategy and Confidence Boosting
I had the pleasure of meeting Christine through the Mom Project, during what proved to be a challenging time. Recently laid off due to COVID-19, I found myself ready for a fresh start and a bit overwhelmed. Christine’s expert guidance helped me to reconfigure my resume and polish my LinkedIn profile. Together we worked to leverage my existing network and identify opportunities. Within a week, I was gaining traction with more views and phone calls, and several interviews. Six weeks later, I’ve accepted a role in a new organization, where I can focus on professional growth and continue to grow my skills. Working with Christine was an excellent investment – her enthusiasm and expertise helped me land a job that is a great fit!”
Where do I go next?
The average person will change careers 5-7 times. Managing our career is not a one-time decision but a series of decisions made over your lifetime.
Finding the right career path can take time and often we rule out options based on assumptions and misguided perceptions of a profession.
The Strong Interest Inventory® (Strong) assessment can be used to aid people in making educational and career decisions. The Strong measures career and leisure interests and explores six occupational themes
COMMON COACHING TOPICS
Core Values and Career Visioning or Re-visioning
Exploring Personality Traits
Learning Styles and Ideal Work Environments
Defining Strengths and Skills
Articulating our Value and Dealing with Imposter Syndrome
Setting Goals and Creating a Strategic Plan
Productivity and Time Management
Resumes Review and Polishing Online Profiles
Networking and Interviewing Skills
Hobbies, Interests and Life Balance
Self-awareness, Adaptability and Growth-mindset
Coping with Conflict and Managing our Emotions
Full Scale Career Exploration