. . . For Senior Leaders and Professionals
Finding a New Job in Your Current Field
- Have you outgrown your job or realized that it isn’t the right fit?
- Do you need to get out before you burn out or are asked to leave?
- Are you unsure where to begin or how to get past the anxiety of giving up the sure thing?
Searching for a new job can be a tough road to travel. The market is highly competitive. While your current focus is about finding work, your peers are working full days, so the process can be a solitary one. In fact, now you, a corporate leader, or a professional such as an attorney, engineer, or internist, have the 'sales' job of selling you. Since that isn't your line of work, you may feel that you’re in challenging, uncomfortable territory.
My work is to help you successfully navigate the change, up to or through the transition period, so that you achieve excellent results.
I will support you in:
- Discovering what is most important to you, and then taking action on that
- Determining your new job or career
- Coping with the stress of job loss or career change
- Skillfully and confidently preparing for interviews
- Adjusting to and maximizing the possibilities of your new role
- Creating strategies to support your new direction
Changing Careers & Finding Your Vocation
- Have you known for too long that your job isn't right for you?
- Do you know the new work you want to do, but not how to make it happen?
- Are you dissatisfied, wanting to pursue your vocation, but don't know what that is?
If any of these questions resonates, you're onto something important.
There are answers. Finding them is key to your success, and that is where I come in. You have the capacity. Let’s see what you need: Greater clarity? Renewed confidence to pursue your chosen direction? You'll have an accountability partner who is completely oriented toward your success.
It's time to listen to yourself. If you find it’s time to take new action, I will support your discovering what interests you, and then help you move forward. You will realize what is out of balance, understand your dissatisfaction, and learn the tools necessary to take the next steps. You will have the time and space to hear from yourself what you most want, and then you can begin to create it.
Your Coaching Fee May Be Tax Deductible:
In the United States, expenses of continuing education undertaken to maintain and improve business and professional skills may be tax-deductible. (Treas. Reg. 1-162-5. Coughlin vs. Commissioner, 203F 2d 307.) Ask your tax accountant for more details.
The highest reward for a person’s toil is not what they get from it,
but what they become by it. – John Ruskin