Your career runs 20, 30, 40 years or more, so when you are unhappy at work, it carries over into your entire life. According to a Gallup poll, there are twice as many “actively disengaged workers in the world as there are engaged workers who love their jobs.” The good news is that once you reshape the direction of your career with your Career Coach, you can take your life back.
Career Coaching is for senior executives, managers, and career employees who are seeking new career opportunities or want to become more productive in their current role.
How does business career coaching work?
Career Coaches work with people looking to improve their work satisfaction, change roles, or make a career change. Unlike other types of coaches, the work focuses on career-related issues.
Imagine loving what you do for a living
Imagine excelling and getting ahead
Imagine having someone on your side to support you in discovering the right career, gaining employment, or advancing your present one
Clients are often able to identify missing skills or style difficulties in addition to numerous other things during their sessions.
Benefits of Career Coaching include:
- Developing leadership skills
- Gaining clarity from an objective professional
- Identifying what is next for you in your career
- Clear assessment of the job market
- Negotiating your next promotion
- Developing a career transition action plan
- Creating a career development plan assessing your soft and hard skills
- Profiling the career you are best suited for
- Job searching – Writing a compelling resume interview preparation
- Negotiating and evaluating an offer
- Effectively transitioning into your new role
Whether you are identifying career goals for the first time or looking to advance in your current position, the following tools are a good starting point to support you in the exploration process.
Career Vision Questions – Want to get clearer about your career vision? See this vision tool!
Values Assessment – Identifying your personal values is an important part of a successful career plan. In this context, the word “value” refers to how you feel about the work itself and the contribution it makes to society. Most people who pursue work that is congruent with their values feels satisfied and successful in their careers.
FYI Lominger Competencies Worksheet – Review the key leadership and management competencies and identify where you are skilled or unskilled. This exercise can support a specific growth and development focus.
No matter where you are in your career, coaching provides the support you need to get where you want to go. We encourage you to schedule a complimentary session with a career coach today to gain a better understanding of yourself and your career options.