Each one of them has a coach who is dedicated to helping them succeed.
Every athlete puts in the time and energy – the work – while relying on the expertise of a coach, who evaluates their training, provides constructive criticism, encourages them and even pushes them to move outside of their comfort zone when necessary.
Career coaches – also known as career counselors or consultants – do the same thing for people who want to succeed in the business world.
Working with the right coach is important. When it comes to your career, you want to work with a coach who has actually “walked the walk” and not just “talk the talk.”
I lead from experience, not some ideal concept I learned in a book. It is the real world experience that you really want in a good career coach.
While sessions are tailored to meet the goals of each individual, here’s a glimpse of what you’ll get when we work together:
- Learn ways to successfully transition out of a poor career choice into something you truly enjoy
- How to develop a job search strategy
- Take your resume from collegiate to professional, with active messaging vs. passive statements
- Interview preparation tips and techniques to use now and will carry you throughout your career
- Access to my thirty years’ of corporate experience, including job searches and job transitions
- Leverage my extensive network of colleagues throughout the country ?
If you are ready to get started, I would love to help you succeed 469-626-TAMI