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I have been asked by many clients and friends, “What is executive career transition coaching?”
A simple and straight answer would be the International Coaching Federation (ICF) definition:
Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
Oftentimes people suddenly find themselves between jobs and in career transition without having a fair chance to evaluate sources of assistance as they struggle to get back into the labor force. That’s why it’s wise to be educated before you’re in this position.
In this post, you’ll learn about four types of career coaching so you’ll know exactly which one fits you best if you’re ever in need.
What is your career path in 2020? In this post, we have four steps to help you walk on it confidently and get to your destination quicker.
You know those times when we feel stuck? When it feels like no matter how hard we push, nothing seems to go quite right, or at least not how we wanted. When life seems to lock up at the wrong time. And it’s all unplanned. What do we do when our computers or devices lock up, get overloaded, stuck? The first method of trouble shooting: Hit Control, Alt, Delete. Somehow, it actually works. And I thought about restarting in life.
When Should You Hire a Career Coach?
Many of you are able to see the value in investing money and energy into lessons, training or coaching for your hobbies like golf, tennis and skiing. You should also consider the high-value of such an investment for your career. Face it, you will make your next career move one way or another. Wouldn’t it be better to find the “right job” on your terms in the shortest amount of time?
Hiring a Career Transition Coach can be a wise investment for your immediate career situation and for your future, especially when you are already in career transition or job-search mode.