What is a Career Coach?
A Career Coach is someone who uses their experiences, knowledge and professional training in the business world to help you understand how to successfully search for a new job; get a promotion or prepare for a job change into a new field or in your current industry. A coach provides you with support, guidance and encouragement to succeed. A Career Coach helps you match your passions and your skills with real employment opportunities
What is Career Coaching?
Career Coaching helps you navigate your job search by helping you create an action plan to land your desired job.
Career Coaching answers your burning questions, such as:
- How do I write a resume?
- How do I write a cover letter?
- Where should I look for jobs?
Career Coaching helps you with:
- Interviewing skills
- Communication skills
- Negotiation skills
Career Coaching improves:
- Confidence & Stress Management
- Personal/Professional Branding
- Goal Setting and Success
Career Coaching Areas:
Review and revision of your resume to create a marketing tool that reflects current skill set, experiences and accomplishments to meet the demands of today’s job market and your particular career field.
Interview preparation and performance assessment; includes mock interview practice, pre-interview preparation and post-interview assessment. This service will assist the client in creating a conversational interview, and provides holistic tools and tips to reduce interview stress.
Transformational Career Planning
Explore and assess your skills for today’s job market; includes customization of potential opportunities, alternative career options and personal action plan.
Reinventing Your Personal Brand
Reinvent and preserve your personal brand after a period of transition and career change; includes the creation of a personal branding and communication signature, through development of on-line profiles, professional biographies, portfolios, and other communication tools.
Effective Job Search Strategies
Using available resources for a targeted job search, including traditional and social networking, as well as out-of the box approaches to finding opportunities.
Expressing value to potential employers and negotiating compensation; includes evaluation of personal career values and identification of the deal makers and deal breakers of the job search process.