Work & Career
Today, companies fold, merge, acquire, and spin-off. It is hard to build a professional mentoring relationship with the cast of characters is no longer a constant. If you are wondering whether a coach could help with your career issues, ask yourself these questions:
- Is work an opportunity or an obligation?
- Are you doing what you want to be doing?
- Ten years ago, did you picture yourself doing what you are doing today?
- Did you expect more from life?
For young professionals, the job search process can be tough on the self-esteem. Repeated rejections can be discouraging. Strategic Intervention Coaching techniques will assist you to identify your unique skills and competencies, clarify and quantify your strengths to uncover issues standing in your way of success or help you transition your skills to a new industry. SI coaches help you build your self-confidence and provide resources to further self-learning.
Meanwhile, experienced professionals may find that they are not where they want to be. A coach can help define goals and help you excel at your chosen career. We ask questions and provide feedback on your strengths, insecurities, and areas of need and career-related obstacles. We help you develop goals and achieve a higher level of performance and satisfaction.